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Colour and movement are central to my work. I love painting landscapes of the countryside around my home and seascapes developed from sketches made whilst on holiday.  The flowers in my garden are also an inspiration to me and in early 2024 I exhibited some of these in a group exhibition at the beautiful Hilliers Gardens in Romsey, Hampshire. Recently, I have been inspired by old family photographs to paint semi-abstract works of my brother, cousins and myself as children playing games such as Oranges and Lemons and Ring-a-ring-a-roses. My colour palette and medium changes to suit the subject. I work in acrylics, watercolours, gouache, inks, charcoal and pastels - often mixing them in one painting.

Born in East Sussex, I spent some years in London, then the Middle East and now live in Hampshire.  After studying History of Art I returned to drawing and painting and now exhibit my work in London, Berkshire and Hampshire. My paintings are in collections in the UK, USA and Europe.


My painting of the Wessex Downs was used to illustrate an article in Country Life in 2023.  


I admire the work of Barbara Rae, Joan Eardley, JMW Turner, Paul Cezanne, Vincent van Gogh and Henri Matisse.

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Agapanthus & Delphiniums
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Ursula's coffee mug with tulips
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Seascape with rocks
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