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A five foot, giant watercolour, celebrating the wildlife found in India.
I only do a few giant paintings like this a year and I absolutely love becoming totally immersed and absorbed in the detail.
Extensive research always to hand; I enjoy intense observation mixed with playful imagination.
original, watercolour on handmade rag paper, framed.
Inspired by the enchanting wildlife in India. I was lucky enough to travel to Kanha in India, the place that Rudyard Kipling was inspired to write his 'Just So stories'. Even though we were up at dawn and spotted tigers, monkeys, leopards etc; my imagination ran away with me. I couldnt help imagine a scene, when the humans go home, nobody there to capture the magic. The animals come out of the jungle, taking back there jungle...
This piece is inspired by the mysteries of oceans and reefs. A blend of imagination and a passion for the natural world.
Some of the creatures found in these worlds can be completely invented, some are real and truly enchanting. Sometimes nature just cannot be beaten in its ore and majesty.
This piece sets out to capture the magic and unknown realms of the ocean. There is still so much for us to learn.
Through this collection, I hope to encourage people to become engaged in its possibilities and hope to encourage its survival.
Original on paper, watercolour, 59 x 42cm, £3,000
Beneath The Amazon Canopy
A bright, vivid and detailed painting depicting the wonderful wildlife found in Central and South America. Here sloths slowly play in the trees, jaguars make their way from fallen tree trunks to the forest floor, All surrounded by lush foliage and tropical plants; where other little creatures can be found hiding amonst the dense leaves...
English Jungle II, original, watercolour on heavyweight rag paper, framed.
A follow-up to the original English Jungle. Drawing on the characters that can be found in the British countryside.