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Paintings can be collected from my studio
or delivered locally for free.
All works can be packaged and posted further afield for an additional fee.
Below are my current paintings for sale.
Breathing space

60cm x 60 cm

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas.

Inspired by Porthmeor beach in St Ives.


with a contemporary matt white, floating frame.

Porthgwidden Seascape

103cm x 33cm x 3cm including frame.

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas.

This painting was inspired by an afternoon of sketching on Porthgwidden beach in St.Ives.

£ 675 SOLD
Go your own way

65cm x 47cm x 4cm

Acrylic, spray paint and mixed media on a deep edge canvas.

A painting inspired by a visit walking the fells in the Keswick area of the Lake District (Cat bells, Blencathra).

with matt white floating frame.
The Tarn

60cm x 30cm.

Acyrlic on canvas.

Inspired by hidden tarns often found close to the summit. One of my favourites has to be on The Old Man, Coniston. 

Lost Paths

75cm x 75cm

Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas. Varnished.

Inspired the ascent of Blencathra

in the Lake District.


with a contemporary matt white floating frame

Low Moon
Low Moon

30cm x 30cm x 1.5cm

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas.

Inspired by weathered boat hulls photographed in St. Ives, Cornwall. This painting is all about surface texture. The tangerine orange adds a burst of colour against the turquoise, teal and navy blue.

Tangerine painted sides.
Fresh Air

59cm x 84cm

Acrylic on canvas.

inspired by walking in the

Rydal Water area of the Lake District.

Smeaton's Pier

Acrylic and salt  on canvas board.

These small scale paintings were created by painting 'en plein air' during a down pour by the harbour side in St Ives, Cornwall.


Framed under glass with a white mount and frame.


85cm x 85cm

Acrylic on canvas.

Seascape inspired by the Porthmeor beach in St Ives.

with contemporary matt white floating frame.

50cm x 50cm

Acrylic on canvas.

Inspired by painting in St Ives during Storm Dennis.

Chalk Ridge

65cm x 65cm

Acrylic on canvas.

Inspired by walking the ridge arounds the Silent Pool and Newlands Corner.

Framed £600

150cm x 50cm

Acrylic, rock salt, iridescent paint and varnish on canvas.

Inspired by the play of light on water at Porthmeor beach in St Ives.

The Chantries

100cm x 100cm

Acrylic and mixed media on canvas.

Vivid yellow of the rapeseed crop in the fields surrounding'The Chantries',

Shalford in Guildford.


Close-up details below showing mark making within the painting

The Moment

50cm x 50cm

Acrylic, mixed media and varnish on canvas.

The happiness one gets from arriving at the coast.

Silent Pool Scramble

50cm x 50cm

Acrylic, ink and mixed media on canvas.

Inspired by walking and scrambling around the Silent Pool and then soaking up the spectacular open vista at Newlands Corner.

View from the bowling green

100cm x 100cm

Acrylic on canvas.

The view from the bowling green above
Porthmeor Beach, St Ives.

75cm x 75cm

Mixed media on canvas including acrylic, ink, varnish, salt and corrugated card.

with wooden white frame
Towards the Mill

50cm x 50cm

Acrylic on canvas.

Long paths cutting through the fields and meadowland, weaving their way to Shalford Water Mill, Chilworth Gunpowder Mill and The Chantries woodlands.


Close up

details of brush work and side edges

Surrey Hills Triptych
30cm x 30cm canvases (set of 3) 

Acrylic on canvas.

Inspired by early morning, sunrise walks along the North Downs way in Guildford, Surrey.

Newlands Corner Lino prints 
Limited edition, series of 5 prints
Each print has been made in a different colour way
Mounted and framed

Poppy field

80 x 80cm

Acrylic and spray paint on canvas.

The joy of walking amongst the paper like red poppies which amass amongst the wild flowers in the meadowland near The Chantries woodland in late Spring.


Close-up details 

Low sun on Pewley Down
60cm x 80cm down (A1 canvas)

You'll find vibrant orange, hot red, acid green and zingy yellows in this new painting.

'Low sun at Pewley Down' is all about capturing that special moment when the sun is going down on a late summer's day in early September. If you're lucky, you may just see shafts of light radiating from the clouds and strong light which illuminates the tree canopy and foliage around you. The golden hour.