A hand-drawn map of Stratford-upon-Avon. Copies are available at size A2 in two formats: flat, signed and suitable for framing OR folded in a colour cover. Please choose from the drop down box below. Flat maps come to you carefully wrapped and rolled in a sturdy postal tube.
A hand painted map, in watercolour, of the county of Oxfordshire, showing geography, history and nature. Buy signed unframed prints (size A2) OR the original watercolour painting (size A1). Prices include P&P to UK.
My map of Oxford is hand-drawn and will delight and amaze visitors and residents alike. Illustrated in loving detail, I’ve drawn the city’s historic heart: its buildings, roads and attractions as well as significant events, nature, significant figures and history.
It took me nine weeks to research and draw my map. It’s my ‘love letter’ to the city that I have called home since 1985. I do a lot of the thinking as I draw, allowing the map to grow organically like a giant doodle. The map shows Oxford’s historic heart, from St Giles in the North to Folly Bridge in the South, and from the Thames in the West to The Plain in the East.
Residents of Oxford will look with fresh eyes at the city they love and discover new things about their home, as I did when I began my research. And the map makes a wonderful and unusual gift for Oxfordians in exile!
This painting celebrates the incredible work of my hero, the scandalously unsung Alfred Russel Wallace. Wallace came up with the theory of natural selection independently of Darwin and established the study of biogeography.
This painting is no longer available, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure and for the glory of Wallace.
Read more about Wallace here.
Signed prints of this original watercolour painting are available on 200gsm archival quality paper, printed with UV stable inks. Posted to you rolled in a sturdy tube, prices included P&P to UK addresses. If you're not in the UK contact me for an international postage price.
A painting of the voyage of HMS Beagle, the ship on which Charles Darwin travelled around the world -with particular attention to South America - making discoveries as he went that would change the course of natural science.