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By the French window
Buttermere, the Lake District
I went to Buttermere while on holiday in the Lake District a few years ago and found this beautiful view of the lake. I have painted it in oils on a stretched canvas. It is framed in a 2 inch wide brown, wooden frame with an inner gold line. If you would like it unframed please contact me, also if you are interested in a gift voucher/certificate.
Girl With Pearl Earstud
This is a portrait painted in the classic style. It was pre-selected for the RP exhibition at the Mall Galleries but did not make the final cut. It sold on the preview evening of a prestigious Yorkshire exhibition. The painting is set in a contemporary dark mahogany effect tray frame measuring 69cm x 48 cm overall x 35 mm deep. I am happy to accept commissions for similar works - please contact me for details.
Temple Newsam Gardens, Leeds
This is a beautiful scene by the lake in the gardens at Temple Newsam in Leeds, Yorkshire with people enjoying being there in the summer. I have painted it in oils on a canvas panel. It is framed in a 2 inch wide brown, wooden frame as shown in the photograph, is varnished and ready to hang. If you would like it unframed please contact me, also if you are interested in a gift voucher/certificate.
Timid Lioncub ( Finger Painting)
The Land Of Lost Song
These beautiful pink poppies were in some local gardens that I visited and I just had to paint them. I have painted them in oils on a canvas panel. They are framed in a 2 1/2" wide pine wooden frame as illustrated. It is also for sale unframed for £135 - please contact me if you would like it unframed.
The Raven's Wood
30 x 30 x 1.5 Original oil of an English woodland path. The colours are summer to autumn and there is raven circling above the trees watching as you walk her path. The painting was made after a walk in the Ashdown Forest where ravens and crows seemed to report my progress for the entirety of my journey. I never underestimate birds - they know far more than we assume and I would not be surprised if the Green Man himself is their boss. The painting is quite 3D in aspect and the colours shimmer and change throughout the day as the sunlight moves round the room. The style is impressionist, semi abstract. The edges are white with a hint of lilac and no frame is needed.