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Cley, 11.12

Blakeney Point, near Cley next the Sea, Norfolk.

The Norfolk coastline is, even in November, so rich in life and colour. Just looking down at my feet, there’s Lichen, Sea-Blite, and Sea-Lavender.

You also get a lot of sky for your money in Norfolk. Looking up, here are a large quantity of, I think, Dark-bellied Brent Geese.

AAF 11.12

Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead, London.

Here’s a snap of some of my larger work on sale at the Gas Gallery stand at the Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead.

Geranium. 10.11.

Autumn leaf colour.

It’s hard to pick out any particular plant in the garden at this time of year, such is the riot of autumn leaf colour. This Geranium wlassovianum is always present with its striking red leaves.

BAF 9.12

Buy Art Fair, Manchester. 27-30 September.

Gas Gallery will be showing my work again this coming weekend, this time at the Buy Art Fair in  Manchester. There you’ll find framed and unframed prints for sale in sizes 10″ x 8″ up to 40″ x 30″.

Summer rain 17.7.12

Summer Rain.

It’s not all bad this summer. Here’s a good example of how lush the garden is in mid-July. Rain on the leaves of Vitis ‘Brant’.

Philadelphus 7.12

Philadelphus (Mock Orange) Flowers.

Short-lived but richly fragrant flowers on this Philadelphus. I’ve been trying to shoot these in the studio but with limited results; they begin to wilt so quickly.

 

Bloomsbury 9.7.12

Bloomsbury Art Fair, London.

Here’s a closer look at some of the prints displayed at the Bloomsbury Art Fair  including ‘Narcissi 1’, size 30″ x 40″.

Bloomsbury 5.7.12

Bloomsbury Art Fair Preview, London.

Taken last night: The Gas Art stand at the preview of the Bloomsbury Art Fair. The show is on from 6-8 July.

 

Bloomsbury 2.7.12

Bloomsbury Art Fair. 5-8 July, 2012.

At the Gas Gallery stand I’ll have work on show in various sizes. Framed and unframed prints will be for sale from 8″ x 10″ up to 30″ x 40″.

Gas Art Pop Up 25.5.12

New work on show in London.

I’ve currently got some work on show at Gas Art’s Pop-Up Shop in London. From May 17th – June 1st.  Le Garage, 115 Dulwich Road, London SE24 ONG. Opening hours 12 – 8pm. On sale: Screen prints, linocuts, giclée and digital prints plus lots of other artworks. click here for more details.

 

Style Magazine 20.5.12

Style Magazine. 20th May 2012.

My work gets a mention in the Interiors section of The Sunday Times Style Magazine.

 

 

 

Frames/Display 17.5.12

New Frames and Window Mounted Prints. Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House.

We’re open again this coming weekend (19th & 20th May) for the Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House. Here are a couple of snaps showing the new frames for the large 20″ x 24″ prints and a display of 10″ x 8″ prints in 12″ x 12″ window mounts.

 

 

 

 

 

Flowers, Swaffham. 4.12.

Artificial Flower Market Stall. Swaffham, Norfolk.

Wandering around the market in Swaffham, Norfolk, my eye was caught by this seriously colourful floral display.

Blossom 3.12

Blossom. Local trees.

Dozens of the ornamental cherry (Prunus) trees near my home are currently festooned with blossom.

Primula 26.3.12

Primula Vulgaris. Knight’s Hill Allotments.

Primulas seem to be everywhere right now. Resisted strong urge to dig these ones up & rush them to the studio.

23.03.12 – Blue Shed

Allotment Shed. Knight’s Hill Allotments.

Went to collect scaffolding planks which were delivered to the allotments yesterday, but sadly all had been snaffled. This peeling shed caught my eye on the way back. Knight’s Hill has an extraordinary mixture of natural and artificial colour.

9.3.12 Arum leaves

Garden. Arum leaves.

Arum italicum ‘Marmoratum’ (Lords and ladies). This provides lots of engaging leaf colour which is much needed at this early part of spring.

9.3.12 Daffodils

Daffodils. Peckham.

On my way to the studio, cycling through Peckham, I noticed the first daffodils… Pedants: note my bike in background is precisely this colour of yellow.

9.3.12 – Viburnum

Garden. Viburnum bodnantense ‘Dawn’.

Despite being rather roughly transplanted from front to back garden, this Viburnum has provided flowers throughout winter with sweet honeyed scent. Just starting to fade now.

9.3.12 RHS courses

RHS Courses guide.

They’ve used my image of an Echinops bannaticus (globe thistle) for this new booklet.