Two nets and a jam jar, better than the radiogram, the telly, the i-pad and whatever gadget arrives for the next new generation. Some things remain perennial favourites.
A tender moment.
Two children astonished by the fleeting appearance of a bullfinch right outside the window. Part of a seies of paintings exploring reactions inside and outside the window.
Exploring the world of childhood imagination in colour and light. A painting as much about reminiscing as observing
A study in gesture and subtle tones.
Monochrome painting emphasizing the vivid colour of the peacock feather, symbolic of a display that masks true form.
A study in gesture and subtle tones. Oil painting on panel 8″ x 8″
Green and blue, white and gold, Ted’s marbles are marvellous to behold.
Are there fairies in the hollow tree at the bottom of the garden? Oil painting on panel 12″ x 12″