watercolour 13″x9″ That winter afternoon after fishing the river the sky in the west took on many shapes and colours which I have endeavored to translate into watercolour.
watercolour 12″x10″ originally a Roman fort, much of which has been by the sea. The twin towers are the remains of a church now disappeared. The towers are now maintained as a land mark for shipping in the Thames estuary.
watercolour 12″x10″.. The road bridge over the Grand Union canal at Bletchley
watercolour 16″x9″My go-to location for landscape and sky, With access to some locations, lost due to roadbuilding, etc. This is a place with good access and space to move around, plus the ever-changing sea. There is a larger version in oil now on my easel being worked on.
Watercolour 14″x11″ A modern treatment for a lost navigation bouy now stranded in the seagrass.