An original painting in watercolour and inks size 226mm x 310mm on 600gsm paper size 285mm x 376mmsize. The painting comes to you unframed. Price includes P&P to UK addresses.Digital copies are available for you to print at a format and size of your choice . Read more...
An original painting in watercolour on 600gsm Fabriano 100% cotton rag paper, size 540mm x 400mm. Price includes P&P to UK addresses. Comes to you unframed.A2 size prints, signed by the artist. Price includes P&P to UK addresses.
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An original painting in watercolour and inks, size 420mm x 570mm. The painting comes to you unframed. Prices includes P&P to UK addresses.Prints are available at size A2. Each print is signed by the artist and comes to you rolled in a postal tube.
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The North Wind Doth Blow is a design for a secular Christmas card. I try to paint one new Christmas card design every year. I was inspired to paint the robin and the North Wind by the 16th century rhyme, the first verse of which we learned off by heart when we were very young. It goes like this:
The north wind doth blow,
And we shall have snow,
And what will the robin do then, Poor thing?
He’ll sit in a barn,
And keep himself warm,
And hide his head under his wing, Poor thing!
My painting had to feature a robin this year. I keep hearing them sing! On the day my stepdad died in December 2021 I heard the most wonderful song coming from on top of our chimney pot – a glorious robin, singing his/her heart out. At my stepdad’s funeral – guess who was singing in the hedgerow as we parked the car? And guess whose sweet voice has accompanied me every day as I go for my morning walks?
Did you notice the string of blue bunting flapping about in the gusts? A line with blue triangles is use in meteorology to symbolise an advancing cold front on a weather map.
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.