Some Recent Watercolours

Fading Glories

Seedheads have a beauty of their own once the flowers been and gone. This watercolour was judged 'Best in Class' for watercolour/gouache at the 2020 Faringdon Art Society exhibition.
Presented in a double mount mat of ivory/maroon in a standard 18 x 14" frame.

White Butterflies

White Butterflies

This was part of a collaboration with local poets for the Oxfordshire Artweeks exhibition and is my interpretation of the haiku poem by Dorothy Burrows:
"An August meadow;
white butterflies milk thistles;
Nature's dainty dance."
Presented in a double mount mat of ivory/maroon in a standard 18 x 14" frame.

Primroses

Watercolour of primroses from my garden in a double mount mat of ivory/buff in a standard 12 x 10" frame with a light medium oak finish

Lavender Time

Lavender Time

Landscape of Cotswold lavender fields in a double mount mat of ivory/soft green in a standard 18 x 14" frame with a light medium oak finish

Lockinge Church in Winter

Inspired by the overnight snowfall and river ice with the sunlight catching the church - a local watercolour landscape in a double mount mat of iced white/lupin in a bespoke frame of medium dark wood with blue/lavender tints, framed size 475 x 390mm

Christmas Roses

One of a series of flower paintings in watercolour of plants flowering during the different seasons for the recent Oxfordshire Artweeks Open Studios event in May. In a double mount mat of ivory/russian green in a standard 16 x 12" frame with a light medium oak finish

'For Your Eyes Only' rose

Another in the series of flower paintings in watercolour of plants flowering during the different seasons for the recent Oxfordshire Artweeks Open Studios event in May. In a double mount mat of ivory/russian green in a standard 16 x 12" frame with a light medium oak finish

Ridgeway Under Snow - SOLD

Landscape of the Ridgeway near Wantage, Oxfordshire, after winter snowfall In a single mount mat of light ivory in a bespoke frame with a light medium oak finish