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After the recent weather has finally cleared, I hope to brighten things up with a Spring Sale! Fifteen paintings are on sale for three weeks (until 31 March) at 75% off via Artfinder

The studios will be open for Artwalk Wakefield, and I’ll be announcing details of the London exhibition I’m in very soon.



A bit more work on the painting this evening. I’ve decided to put more emphasis on the interference lines:

The Project Space is open by appointment this month:

Inclusion in London exhibition is confirmed, full details to be announced.

The half price offer continues on Artfinder


Big thank you to all the visitors who braved the cold for Artwalk Wakefield on Wednesday evening. Here’s a satisfied customer with his purchase of one of my drawings…

My paintings are still in the Project Space, you can view by appointment.

Started a new painting today. Completely different subject and palette than the recent series:

If you’re impatient to see a finished painting, have a look at this time lapse: https://youtu.be/RY3M5dIDGpw

The online painting sale continues on Artfinder

Finally I hope to announce a London exhibition very soon. More details to come!

The hours

Started the latest of this series today. I think it will make a set of six: here are the five, and the first two stages of the final painting.

Artwalk Wakefield is on 31 January 5 – 9pm. More details soon. Hope to make a major exhibition announcement soon.

In the meantime, the Artfinder offer continues.

New start

Time to get back to the easel. Working on a new type of Windsor and Newton canvas: cotton. Enjoying the quality. Quite a productive day. Three colours used so far: burnt umber, prussian blue and purple lake.

Exhibitions: Artwalk Wakefield is on Wednesday 31 January. A big announcement about a London show soon. More items available via Artfinder

Emotive drawing

Visiting Sheffield today. First a delivery to Cupola Gallery (more exhibition details soon), then Ravilious and Co. exhibition at Millennium Galleries. Some stunning work, and sad personal histories. I attempted a Daily Drawing from a pencil study by Percy Horton. She is Lydia Smith, who was the girlfriend of his best friend, who was killed in the first world war. They later married and were together for many years. The drawing was beautiful and very intense. See it if you can.

End of 2017

Completed the painting today. Will it be the last for now? Will have to see. (No title yet, as usual).

Coming soon in 2018: a few exhibitions, one of which I’m really delighted with. More details soon.

Daily Drawings 2017 will draw to a close soon: that’ll be six full years of drawings. I’m going to find a way to display them together.

Thanks for reading and here’s to 2018.