We're moving to the USA next month!
This painting is a fun take on the many relocations we have experienced as a military family. Moving is always hard.....however we are very lucky to have an amazing family whose support is invaluable around this hectic time
My online shop will be closing on the 1st of February.
Until then, a variety of original paintings and the remaining 1/100 limited edition signed prints will be available from my website with free delivery to the UK.
I do plan to continue as a professional artist once we are settled in our new home. However, my shop will be closed for some time, while I paint a whole new collection of work!!!
I'm absolutely thrilled that my painting featuring the infamous St Ives Car Trap has found its forever home on the walls of The Black Bull in Cambridgeshire.
I'm also delighted that all the money from the picture will be donated to the amazing charity SERV Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
SERV consists of volunteers who deliver urgently needed blood products, donated human milk & medicine free of charge 24 hours a day.
So if you're in the neighbourhood please pop by The Black Bull to see some original art with 'A positive' story to tell!
Happy New Year ladies and gentlemen!
After a very un-rock and roll evening in front of the TV I decided I must do something rebellious and outlandish! This was the best I could do - placing a traffic cone on one of my paintings...outrageous!
Blink and you'll miss it!! Here's some of my limited edition prints in the set of Vigil2!🥳🎨
I was thrilled when the new series requested 5 of my prints earlier in the year. I'm now playing spot the painting with my husband😂 let me know if you see anymore!!🔎
This particular print I just spotted is called Ruler of The Sea featuring a P-8 Poseidon over Covesea Lighthouse, Lossiemouth.
Limited edition signed prints and original paintings are available from my website shop.x
I'm thrilled to find my watercolour painting of 'Kimbolton High Street' in Cambridgeshire County Life Magazine's, winter issue!!!
The painting is part of the magazine's Portrait of Cambridgeshire and I'm absolutely honoured to be a part of it
I'm so excited to show you George's Bakery's new puzzle, which I painted in watercolour, pen and ink.
Their cakes are a piece of art in themselves, so I was absolutely thrilled when they asked me to paint 'George's Bakery At The Farmers Market'
The puzzle is now available from their website and I would highly recommend eating their cakes too, they are as delicious as they look!
I'm excited to share with you my latest painting: 'Blenheim over RAF Wyton'.
Only 50 limited edition signed prints will be printed and for every print sold, £5 will be donated to the Royal British Legion.
The story behind the painting:
In 1939, the Bristol Blenheim bomber N6125, piloted by Flying Officer McPherson from 139 Squadron RAF, took off from RAF Wyton, achieving a historic milestone as the first British aircraft to breach the German coast, following Britain's declaration of war on Germany. Sadly, McPherson later lost his life during the Battle of France in 1940.
My depiction showcases the Blenheim flying above RAF Wyton's contemporary entrance and serves as a tribute to McPherson and his crew. By juxtaposing the past and present, I intend to show the pivotal role both Flying Officer McPherson, his crew, and RAF Wyton played in the history of the Second World War.
Limited edition prints are available to purchase from my website shop:
The St Ives Car Trap painting strikes again in The Hunts Post.
Raising money for SERV, the original painting is still available! And I have also made it into 50 limited edition signed prints!!
Kimbolton Castle - raising money for the William Templeton Foundation for young people's mental health
Just off the easel, I’m thrilled to unveil my latest watercolour painting of Kimbolton Castle. Featuring the stunning sweeping staircase of the main entrance, I have strived to capture the essence of this historic building in watercolour, pen and ink.
Notably, the spire of St. Andrew's Church graces the background, beautifully connecting this piece to my other painting of Kimbolton High Street—a perfect pair in the making!
Only 100 signed limited editions will be available and for every print sold, £5 will be donated to the school's chosen charity: The William Templeton Foundation for Young People's Mental Health. William Templeton was a pupil of Kimbolton School and his parents have set up the William Templeton Foundation for Young People’s Mental Health in his memory.
Let's make art and support a great cause together! Find these exclusive prints in my website shop.
I'm over the moon that my St Ives Trap painting, raising money for SERV has made the Cambridge news. Click on link below to read full article!