Brexit ForecastRead more
What is the point of being an artist if I can’t express how I feel? The only thing I can do in the face of the sadness, frustration, anger, embarrassment, and the sheer terror I feel about Brexit is to paint.
Painting the magic of the Uffington White HorseRead more
The Uffington White Horse is a place of great significance to so many people, living and dead, an extraordinary place that combines two things I love: nature and history. No wonder I have tried to paint its glorious magic so many times!
British Rivers painting – a fisherman’s mapRead more
Read about my new painting of British Rivers – a fisherman’s map – featuring 35 rivers and 20 of the British Isles’ fish species.
Out in All Weathers – a painting of the seasonsRead more
'Out in all weathers' is a painting of the changing seasons, their typical weather conditions and the circle of life.
Artweeks 2019 – exhibiting with my brother PaulRead more
Siblings Jane Tomlinson & Paul Tomlinson will show their paintings together in May for Artweeks 2019, Oxfordshire’s visual arts festival
Vincent van Gogh mutilates his ear – 23 December 1888Read more
On this day in 1888 in Arles in southern France, Vincent van Gogh performed the most infamous act of self-mutilation…
British birds paintings 2018Read more
Painting British birds has been the mainstay of my artistic output in 2018. It’s been a busy year dealing with…
International Women’s DayNo CommentsRead more
Today is International Women’s Day, a day when women all over the world celebrate their achievements. And I’m not just…
The death of Captain James Cook – 14 February 1779No CommentsRead more
“Do just once what others say you can’t do, and you will never pay attention to their limitations again.” Whatever…
Guns ‘n’ roses: the murder of Joan Root – 13 January 2006Read more
On this day in 2006, 69-year-old Joan Root lay alone bleeding to death from gunshot wounds at her home on…
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