50 things to love about Britain – The “Best of British” in a paintingRead 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!
Shipping forecast wins award!Read more
To my utter surprise and delight, my shipping forecast painting, ‘Attention All Shipping’ has won a British Cartographic Society award!
Scilly AutomaticRead more
Where is Scilly Automatic? In June we had a lovely holiday in the Isles of Scilly. You can read about…
The Isles of ScillyRead more
In June we took the 20 minute flight from Land’s End to the Isles of Scilly. Ever since visiting as a 13-year old, Jane has seen the islands as a little slice of paradise, just 28 miles from mainland Britain.
Wharf Stream Way waymarker postNo CommentsRead more
In June, I submitted a design to be carved as a waymarker post as part of the The Wharf Stream…
Antony Gormley – Another PlaceNo CommentsRead more
We happened to be driving from Cumbria to North Wales yesterday and it occurred to me that it would a…
A visit to Hockney’s East YorkshireNo CommentsRead more
Did you see the exhibition of David Hockney’s paintings at the Royal Academy earlier this year? Many of the pictures…
John Piper at Blenheim PalaceNo CommentsRead more
I was unfeasibly delighted when I heard that a number of paintings by John Piper (1903 – 1992) were to…
New Zealand landscapeRead more
New Zealand has two outstanding advantages. Firstly, it has a tiny population, only four million, a quarter of which live…
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