Midnight Jungle

Midnight Jungle

Midnight Jungle, giant original, handmade heavyweight rag paper, 5ft, framed

One of my favourite pieces celebrating the wildlife found in Central America. Inside the foliage in the foreground: wonderfully jewel like insects lurk in the moonlight, spoonbills wade through the water and birds of paradise plant stand tall as the perfect landing point for winged creatures passing by.

In the distance: jaguars rest after a long night of hunting. Watching the moonlight and stars in the sparkling waters. A place that no human has ever been and a sight that can never be seen.

This painting is a blend of dreams imagination; a firm love and appreciation of the natural world. Now more than ever, the wildlife found in our oceans and who we share our planet with should be celebrated and treasured.

My work highlights what we know about the natural world, in the detailed reference I use when I create a painting; but also the mysteries of what we do not know.

I love to allow my imagination to run wild and invent fascinating spectacles of sights unseen. Only to ever be found in our wildest dreams.

Midnight Jungle, giant original, handmade heavyweight rag paper, 5ft, framed

One of my favourite pieces celebrating the wildlife found in Central America. Inside the foliage in the foreground: wonderfully jewel like insects lurk in the moonlight, spoonbills wade through the water and birds of paradise plant stand tall as the perfect landing point for winged creatures passing by.

In the distance: jaguars rest after a long night of hunting. Watching the moonlight and stars in the sparkling waters. A place that no human has ever been and a sight that can never be seen.

This painting is a blend of dreams imagination; a firm love and appreciation of the natural world. Now more than ever, the wildlife found in our oceans and who we share our planet with should be celebrated and treasured.

My work highlights what we know about the natural world, in the detailed reference I use when I create a painting; but also the mysteries of what we do not know.

I love to allow my imagination to run wild and invent fascinating spectacles of sights unseen. Only to ever be found in our wildest dreams.