Where the pheasants live

There are many pictures I should be sharing with you just now, all sports inspired, but every now and then a picture comes to me almost by accident - they don't 'fit' with the sports work that I usually make but they do 'fit' together -since mostly these oddities are made under the same circumstances - in the early hours before it's quite light - or even in the dark - and I make them because I have woken early and can't get back off to sleep...

Primaries

Hello! Progressing quietly through January with time to experiment -it's nice to return to a medium or technique not used for a while. This time, I rediscovered acrylic paint and palette knives, thinking about landscape. It's been so dark and grey here lately, that I felt the need for colour too - variations on the primaries, … Continue reading Primaries

Storm waves

The weather over Christmas and the New Year in the UK has shown the devastating power of the sea. The sea fascinates and attracts like mad. We can't help ourselves, but the reality of living and working with it is another matter.  Here are some drawings:

Little African Violet

This is a post that ties in with a blog project based around flowers. Well worth a look and taking part. Find out more on http://festivalofflowers.wordpress.com/ , or click the logo below. This is a little african violet that sits at home with us and quietly goes about its work in a charming way. Here is my drawing: