The colours of an autumn wood with perhaps a slightly sinister undertone
Drawn from imagination on but based on memory, this painting is about the unforgiving nature of our seas and shorelines.
Contemporary racing painting painting was using thick applications of oil paint to bring out the drama, colour and excitiment of racing.
This very contemporary painting was completed very quickly about 4 hours the aim being to use simple shapes combined together to make a figurative image.The subject matter - horse racing becomes obvious the further away from the painting one gets. The energy I put into this piece I hope reflects the...
Lonely shoreline with only seagulls for company, great for thoughtful walks with a wet dog! Much of the coast here in East Anglia, Norfolk, Suffolk & Essex is like this.
The Hare, a part of British wildlife, rare generally but fairly common in East Anglia where I live.Speed and exceptional agility are potrayed in this piece.
Pace, colour & movement of racehorses and jockeys are the subject of this oil on canvas.Typical of my style, this time with a touch of humour the four to two being the obviously the numbers on the two visible horses.