Acrylic on board 24" 24"
Fields of Green and Gold, Acrylic on board 24″ 24″
Big Dorset Skies – Wheatfield with Crows, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 cm.
Portland Bill Lighthouse II. oil on board, 84 x 60 cm.
Corfe Castle, oil on canvas board  (SOLD)
Red Sails at White Nothe, oil on board 41 x 80 cm.
Durdle Door Bat’s Stack, acrylic on canvas 12″ sq.
Lamlash & Letchlade, acrylic on canvas
On Chesil Beach, oil on canvas, 50 x 40 cm
On the Rock Face – West Wears Portland, acrylic on canvas board, 61 x 51 cm
Moored boats – Christchurch Quays, oil on canvas, 40 x 50cm
Red Crane & Portland Bill Lighthouse, oil on board (SOLD)
Elizabethan Way, Newtons Cove, acrylic on canvas, 12″ sq.
Weymouth Old Town Hall, mixed media on canvas, 70 x 50 cm.


My primary interest lies in the depiction of landscape through the medium of painting, either in acrylics, mixed media or oils, depending on how I wish to depict a particular scene or whether painting figuratively, semi-abstract or abstract. Working from images derived from the landscape and secret places of Dorset and its eponymous Jurassic coastline, striving to communicate a particular light atmospheric effect, or the unchanging seclusion peculiar to this part of rural Dorset, while developing my work in response to nature. I take my inspiration from site-specific locations while concerning myself with rendering anonymity of place, time & spirit of place atmosphere and spatial awareness from fictional and real locations, from downland pastures, forested landscapes and heath land to coastal vistas.

It is these specific intrinsic qualities of poetic intimacy combined with a sense of human presence that I wish to instil, through interpretations of landscape that is in a sense, quintessentially English.