A selection of my screen prints, and giclee prints are now on show at the Grain Barge in Bristol. They will be there until the 29th of November. My newest big landscape is included in the show – I couldn’t leave it out as the Grain Barge itself features bottom right.
My latest Giclée is now finished and ready to be seen.
It shows the sweeping vista from Ashton Court includes landmarks such as the Wills Building, Cabot Tower, and two of the three Bonded Warehouses.
My first four hot air ballooning inspired prints are going to get their first official outing as part of the Above Bristol exhibition at The Island in Bridewell Street. The exhibition is all about artists responses to hot air ballooning and is timed to coincide with the fabulous Bristol Balloon Fiesta. These new prints are very different from my usual Bristol work – you can see them now on the ballooning prints page
Blossom is now on a mug! You can buy them from the Gromit Unleashed on line shop
All profits go to Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal, the Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity
There is an interview with me about my work on the UK Handmade website if you fancy a read…
Bunting joy. With any luck this will turn into a new card design when it is finished.
Amazing the difference moving a few tables can make. Now there is not only room to swing a cat, but room to waltz around as the mood takes me.
I spent a week in February painting a mural in Birdwell Primary School’s main hall. Here is the first wall in progress.
The start of the ‘I want to visit…’ walls of the Birdwell School hall. Suggestions ranged from Africa, through rainforests, and all the way to Narnia.
You can see many more photos of the finished hall here.