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In passing
Watercolour on paper
This scene is again of an old abandoned fishing boat on the shingle beach of Dungeness in Kent, a larger boat than the boat seen in my painting In passage, this being a trawler.
Whilst walking on the beach a couple took time to stop and take a look at the old ves...

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Acrylic on canvas.
The subject matter of this painting is a move away from what I base my work on, though having a marine aspect is still with in it.
A fish is breaking free from a submerged cliff face to swim into the sea, much like being born and separating from the cradle that gave...

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St Katherine's dock.
watercolour on paper.
This is a scene of St Katherine's dock, London in the 90"s. The light ship Nore was a part of the scenery for some time then ( I'm not sure where she is now).
I"m no longer in possession of this painting as it was given to friend at the time ( Jason ) a...

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Boudicca on the embankment.
Oil on canvas.
I recently had a trip to London to pay a visit to the National gallery and coming in on the train from Paddock wood you begin to see the new face of the city as you enter the outskirts and a little while later when it enters the city itself to cross the...

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Looking back, going forward.
Oil on canvas. A contemplative scene of a young woman looking back at where she has come from in more ways than one, while a mother and her two children pass her on their way up the hill. Possibly a turning point in a life. This painting always reminds me of certain p...

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Roman ships figurehead
A bronze swans head, watercolour on paper.
When I first saw this image the way the figure had been fashioned stood out to me so much I felt the need to paint its complexity and the way the colour of the bronze worked so well with the texture in its finish.
Original artwor...

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Still in the wood. On the shingle beach of Dungeness ( Kent, England ) a number of these old fishing boats are left abandoned to slowly deca, whilst their modern counterpart heads out to sea to do what this old lady once done.
Acrylic on canvas

This is a watercolour of our dogs Holly in the foreground and Leala in the background. Holly is a Collie cross ( and Saluki ) girl, Leala a full breed boarder collie girl ( sadly now back with her maker ).

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