Artist Biography

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 Abstract 9. iPad.Sloth BearGirl Dancer 

I have never been a one for exhibiting my work because I have never had the time or the money. Although I did once in 1992 at a place called Walton in Cheshire, where I sold a watercolour of some boats to another artist. In fact the largest percentage of my work has been sold directly off my easel: working that is, to commission.

 

Over the years I have developed a very rapid approach to painting. Essentially because I like to capture something of the mood of my sitters the moment they sit down: which in a way, has influenced my approach to landscapes too.

 

More recently I bought an iPad, and have been exploring the potential to use it for the purpose of producing illustrations. Apart that is, from furthering my experiments in abstract painting and figure painting.