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Easton in Gordano Cricket Club

Cricket is one of my loves. This is my team at our home ground, late September, during the last game of the season. We’re in the field and our skipper, arms crossed, surveys the field from first slip…

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Storm Clouds, Bacton

My sister on the beach at Bacton, looking towards the gas terminals. These incredible clouds coming over and threatening a brilliant, bright day. Red seaweed washed up in the surf. I am skimming stones with my nephew in the middle … Continue reading

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Norfolk Watercolours

A series of watercolours done during my stay with my sister in Norfolk.

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Sewing the Sail

Haven’t posted or painted for a while, but the lockdown has allowed me more time to paint and to finish this copy of a Sorolla picture I started many months ago. As a subject it is a study in reflected … Continue reading

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Burnham Overy Staithe

Just returned from Norfolk where we were able to enjoy some beautiful weather on the coast. This is my daughter overlooking the mudflats and estuary at Burnham Overy Staithe.

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Anna

Just reworked this portrait of my daughter, Anna.

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Shadow Blossoms

My daughter scattering cherry blossom petals beneath an ancient overhanging cherry tree, at a friend’s house near Wraxall, Bristol. The petals were so plentiful it seemed impossible to distinguish between fallen petals and the pinkish reflected light. Oil on canvas, … Continue reading

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Thurne – early Autumn

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After Snowdon

At the foot of the Llanberis Path is a very welcome pub, with open fire, tea and cider. This is my wife and daughter relaxing.

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Beckspool

A fairly rapid watercolour sketch, about 1 hr. Tried to keep it relatively simple with colours pure. Trying to abbreviate…

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