Since leaving London in 1988 my work has become more focused on landscape, in particular the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. My work is predominantly about subjective colour and vibrant mark-making. I often paint in the late afternoon in order to capture long shadows raking over fields and hills. Although the paintings are representational, they lean towards abstraction using constructional spatial devices in the composition, and use of subjective colour to describe space. As well as working for galleries I work for publishers worldwide. My work can be seen in limited edition prints, book covers, greetings cards. My work can be seen on the Bridgeman Art Library.
- Artforms: Drawing, Illustration, Painting