Fluffy – Graphite on Bristol Board Paper
My cat Fluffy in the ‘Her Majesty’ pose.
Cleo and Jay – Oil on Canvas Board
This painting almost never happened. It was painted as a gift for a special landmark birthday. Unfortunately Cleo, on the left, passed away a few days after the photographs for this picture were taken. RIP old girl.
Orchids – Oil on Board
A study of the orchids growing in my dining room.
Nic the Chick – Graphite on Bristol Board Paper
This little lady is one of the chickens that wanders around the ground of the Five Bells at Stanbridge. Definitely ‘Free Range’
Black Lab Head – Graphite on Bristol Board Paper
Swan – Oil on Board
Another one of my husbands photo’s was the inspiration for this piece.
Robin– Oil on Board
Taken from a photo my husband took a Rushmere Country Park. This painting has found a home with a family for whom Robins have a significant meaning.
Patch and Foxgloves – Graphite on white Cartridge Paper
This is a very personal picture which hangs on my own living room all. Patch was our last cat who is no longer with us. The background is made up of foxglove flowers which grow in my garden and of course my favourite thing in the world ‘Bumble Bees’
Red Rose – Oil on Box Canvas
The biggest picture in oil I have done to-date. It measures 1 metre square and was a single rose from a bouquet of red roses my client had for her special birthday from her husband.