Please see the drop-down menu under “Paintings” to select the subject (eg Moorscapes, or Staithes), or continue below to see all landscapes for sale. Click on an image to see details, size and price. Click image again to return to … Continue reading
Calendar 2020 There may be postal strikes in November and December… If you would like one (or more) of my calendars posted to you, it might be a good idea to order now. The 2020 A4 calendar features my recent … Continue reading
Thank you for visiting my website. This home page is a blog where you can see my recent paintings and exhibitions. I hope you share my love of North Yorkshire, its coast, woodlands and moors.
I should be preparing for Staithes Art Fest, but my brushes won’t be put down. After the large paintings I did earlier this summer, I turned back to smaller canvases, some may be dry for Staithes weekend…
Skinningrove is a tiny village, North of Staithes, with a rich industrial heritage. It is now a quiet place, except on 5th November, Bonfire Night, when a large wooden sculpture constructed by volunteers is set alight on the sea shore. … Continue reading
Paintings of Robin Hood’s Bay. That little place, where I first fell in love with the North Yorkshire coast. I have spent many years living in and around Robin Hood’s Bay. I was a teenager and thought I was an … Continue reading
Paintings of Staithes and surrounding area: Skinningrove, Hummersea, Runswick Bay… Archival Prints from my paintings of Staithes: Basic A4 Prints. A4 print (21×29.7cm), on 350gsm card. To fit any standard A4 frame.
If you are in North Yorkshire, I will be taking part in Staithes Art Festival, 6th to 8th September 2019. I will be in Cottage 4a, Northside, near the Lifeboat, exhibiting with the excellent glass artist Ailsa Nicholson. I hope … Continue reading
Paintings of woodlands. Between the moors and the sea, there are small villages, valleys and woodlands. There is peace under the trees. Basic prints from my paintings of woodland. A4 Print (21×29.7cm) on 350gsm card, to fit any standard A4 … Continue reading
Some miles inland, near Goathland, is the tiny village of Beck Hole. Once a thriving and busy ironstone mining site, now only a few houses remain, including a pub, the Birch Hall Inn. It is very traditional, a bit like … Continue reading