Feel free to take a look at my ‘colourful women’ paintings. You will find a collection of paintings celebrating the female figure, sometimes in unusual colours. I do not use models for my...

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I have called my series of flamenco dancers ‘flamenco with a twist’ because they are usually not dancing, but staring into the distance. The Flamenco is a Spanish dance and folk...

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  I like to work in series and those who have been following me know that I have periods where I work on specific subjects. My overall style always has a slightly surreal and sometimes abstract...

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  Experimenting with mono-prints.  I was inspired by a large image of just the head of a Buddha on the wall of a friend of mine whilst we were chatting via Skype. I didn’t want to...

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Years ago I embarked on a new adventure and discovered the pleasure of creating art with Clay. Below you can view a selection of some of my ceramic works. I like to work with clay and when I have a...

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Apart from being an internationally exhibited artist for over 25 years, I have always enjoyed writing.  I love to observe and often see the funny side of life and I like to write both flash...

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Cheers reveals the human condition behind alcoholism. For a period of twelve years  I myself have experienced the complexity of living with an alcohol-addicted partner.  The secrecy...

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Reflections from a seaside village in southern Spain. When I first came to the village of La Herradura I immediately fell in love with it, but I could not really explain why. It felt magical even...

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