Having dabbled vaguely in watercolours at odd moments over years, I finally engaged properly with the medium in the early weeks of lockdown 2020. Learning how I should respect the medium rather than just using it to ‘colour in’ was a revelation. But negotiating the jagged edges between watercolour etiquette and my own ingrained artistic style was a continual challenge. After a while, however, the process became sheer pleasure… and continues to be so.

Many of these pictures are for sale (unframed prices starting at £150).


Only part of each picture is displayed. CLICK to see enlarged view of whole picture.

Recent paintings (from January 2021)

Leaving the boatyard
Reading the News in the Alcazaba (Malaga)
Plague doctor (Venice)
Jesus, Cervantes and the Tourists (Valladolid, Spain)
Scarecrow vs jackdaws
Fox forest
Morning’s Minion
Music and water flowing
Basking at Bodnant
Angela’s Portal
Omar and the River


Sweet Chestnut Heart



Feline Chess


Sax on the City Walls

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.