I am a pet portrait and wildlife artist living in beautiful North Wales. Based in Flintshire, I live in a small rural village, and I love to take photographs and make pastel and graphite paintings of
Winter Rhes-Y-Cae. Pastel and Pastel pencil on ClaireFontaine PastelMat. Image size 13” x 10.5” This is a winter view of Christ Church in our beautiful village of Rhes-Y-Cae. Situated on
Pastel on Claire Fontaine Pastel Mat. Image size 13.5" x 9" Llyn Padarn is situated in Snowdonia, Gwynedd, North Wales. This painting depicts an early winter morning with the sun rising
This year the society is holding a virtual spring exhibition viewable on their website http://grosvenorarts.org.uk/ .Due to Covid restrictions their usual spring exhibition cannot be held at Upton
Pastel on PastelMat image size 5.5" x 14". View from the dunes (Rhoscolyn Bay Anglesey). Pastel on PastelMat image size 5.5" x 14". A simple little picture, but it portrays the magnificent evening
Pastel on PastelMat. Image size 15.5" x 5" The collective noun for oystercatchers is a parcel, hence the title, they are also sometimes called a stew or Rockefellew as well, I guess it depends on
Blue and yellow Macaws. Watercolour original on Arches paper. Image size approximately A3. Not framed or mounted, this is an original watercolour straight off the easel and ready for the framer.
I feel honoured to have been selected for artist of the month on the Grosvenor Art society website. grosvenorarts.org.uk/featured-artist for January 2021.
Pastel on Claire Fontaine PastelMat, image size 18" x 9.5" A painting of one of my favourite places on the North Wales coast. Talacre beach, Point of Ayr, North Wales. Thank you Debbie Jones for
Pastel and Pastel Pencil on Claire Fontaine PastelMat, image size 12" x 9" The reference material was from an old photo I took in Brittany at a lovely fishing port called Camaret-sur-Mer over
Waiting for the boatman. Pastel on Vic Bearcroft velour pastel paper. Image size 7.75" x 9.75" Traditional Yorkshire Coble fishing boats moored in the creek at Staithes. Inspired by an old