Elizabethan Clown

I really wanted to create something moody and slightly poignant, and with the whole recent debacle of clowns hiding in bushes to jump out at people off the back of the remake of the Stephen King horror, IT, the subject of clowns seems to strike … Continue readingElizabethan Clown

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Spider-Man

When you’re unsure what to get someone for a special occasion, original artwork can be a truly unique gift. I did this pencil drawing of Spider-Man for a friend’s 30th a while back.   Sorry – this piece has either sold or was a commission with … Continue readingSpider-Man

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My Danaë

My Danaë has moved house with me three times and been exhibited twice. It’s the biggest painting I’ve ever done and currently presides over my living room like Venus. I’ve had many offers, but this is one piece I’m not willing to part with – … Continue readingMy Danaë

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Deadpool

Sorry – this piece has either sold or was a commission with no prints. But don’t despair! While I won’t ever recreate the exact same artwork, I can do something similar, so get in touch and let me know what you’re after.

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Humphrey Lyttelton

FOUR PAINTINGS This series was both a challenge and a pleasure to paint. My customer approached me with so many ideas, it was hard to pin him down to one. The reason for this was that it was to be a 90th birthday present to … Continue readingHumphrey Lyttelton

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Hanging Ballerina

This pencil drawing I did one weekend at a friend’s house while we sat in comfortable silence, engrossed in our own pursuits. I liked the dark, eerie feeling of the piece and it gave me and the fact that it sits on the border between … Continue readingHanging Ballerina

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Japanese Girl

This was a birthday present for a good friend of mine who loves Japan. Giving art as presents means so much more to me than buying a gift. Time is the most precious commodity, so I don’t give pictures away to just anyone. Sorry – … Continue readingJapanese Girl

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Django Reinhardt

FOUR PAINTINGS This series was both a challenge and a pleasure to paint. My customer approached me with so many ideas, it was hard to pin him down to one. The reason for this was that it was to be a 90th birthday present to … Continue readingDjango Reinhardt

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Grasp

I really like using graphite pencil to create contrasting light and shadows. I’d treated myself to some new pencils made entirely out of graphite when I decided to draw this and my hands were black afterwards. But then I never really feel like I’m creating … Continue readingGrasp

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