If it's not a canvas, it's a computer... and sometimes the two meet.
Cover art for the programme of Royston Arts Festival 2017
It's the natural crown that we women wear...
The curve of a woman's hips and thighs, the dip of her waist...
Looking for a personal cheer-leading song? I heartily recommend this one!
Step forward! Move forward! Everybody!
Inspired by Mark Hearld
The sun kissed the earth and the colours of the world blossomed
The Power of Choice!
All alone at the side of a country road, miles from anything else...
About a little historic town that sprouted at key crossroads centuries ago
Somewhere between numbness and fear is a wasteland called Despair
My husband's friend's 40th Birthday was coming up. Hmmm, what gift to get him?
I must confess, I do love that seedy, throbbing, uninhibited part of London where nothing is taboo and everything is.. perhaps?
It just wouldn't be London without...
The Royston Cave on canvas
This commission is a welcome piece for a new J. D. Wetherspoon in Bishops Stortford, UK. Its purpose is to explain the meaning, relevance and history behind the pub’s name – The Anchor Inn.
Inspired by Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Playing with lines after staring at brain coral too long
Sometimes I let my canvas cry for me...
Exploring an angular mosaic effect
Inspired by the jovial welcomes and endless smiles at Pizza Papagone - my favourite north London pizzeria
A very very long moment of abject and utter frustration
A picture says a thousand words, a painting say even more.
How safe is my art? When will it arrive? International shipping?... Read more