Artists through the ages have always turned to the landscape and nature to reflect and express their own emotions and I am no exception.
The largest landscape I have created is my oil painting of the Serpentine and Hyde Park for the Dorchester in 2022 which measures 2.7 x 2.3 metres and now hangs in the lobby.
Closer to home, I have painted the view from Richmond Hill many times in oils at different times and in different seasons.
I take my watercolours with me when I travel around the world to make paintings. My visit to the Yellow Mountains in Huangshan province China in 2015 was captured in a series of watercolours. I used watercolours, for this visit, as they were easier to carry around and enabled me to capture immediately what I saw.