My Passion is to create pieces of artwork that bring a sensory experience to the viewer

I am an artist, living in Oxfordshire, working from my Rosemary Studio situated in my garden, a perfect location to capture the wonder of some amazing nature studies.

I retuned to full time art 10 years ago. The impressionists, in particular Claude Monet and also Turner, have influenced me.

I am inspired by nature, in particular land and seascapes, capturing the mood, light and atmosphere, I work in oil and often incorporate pastel into some of my work to give a textured dimension to the finished piece. Capturing moments from walks by the coast and countryside, catching the light on a wave or the glimmer of sunlight through the trees. I will make quick sketches and take photos, which I will then transfer on to board in my studio.

My passion is to create a piece of work that has sensory value to the viewer. I have exhibited in Ireland, Jersey and the Cotswolds. I am a regular participant in Oxfordshire Art weeks, and a member of Chipping Norton Arts. Visitors are welcome to visit my studio by appointment, to view my originals and giclees limited edition prints and, cards.

P.S. Please note: I am currently having a new website constructed, which will be with you soon. So while we wait I have a mini site for you to view my latest art works

Online Exibition

I was contacted by Higgs Boson, Financial Consultants based in the City, as they were setting up a virtual gallery for their clients and, wanted to present my work for their first art exhibition on line. This is a great opportunity for me especially during COVID-19, as a number of exhibitions I had planned have now been put on hold.

Enter the Exibition

A mini collection of art works


"Windsept” Oil on board

A windswept seascape, inspired from walk on the North Norfolk cost. Capturing the light and movement so that the viewer could almost feel the force of the wind.


‘Stormy Sky” Oil on Board

Travelling through France, we encountered a massive storm; the cloud formation in contrast to the brilliant yellow hues of the fields was so dramatic and beautiful


‘Where the sky sinks into the Sea’ Oil on board

North Norfolk, again, this time as the sun was setting, the patterns in the sky and the reflection across the bay was mesmerising.


Rolling In’. Oil on board.

Along the Wild Atlantic Way ( Ireland), when the sea storm blows in from the Atlantic, so powerful yet stunningly beautiful.