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Watercolour painting of Bambrugh Castle in Northumberland, UK.
Suggested Frame Size: 40 x 30 cm
Mountsorrel, a village in Leicestershire on the River Soar, just south of Loughborough in the North of the UK.
Suggested Frame Size: 50 x 40 cm
Watercolour landscape painting of one of my favourite locations in the Cotswolds, UK
Watercolour landscape of Plockton on the shores of Lochhalsh in the Highlands of Scotland.
This is a view across Bryce Canyon in the Bruce Canyon National Park in the USA.
Snow, trees, the sun glinting through and beautiful shadows, what more could you want in a winter landscape!
A winters morning looking out over the mountains at Wallberg, Rottach, Egern, Germany.
A real Christmas card view of a Cotswold Village in the midst of winter painted on Christmas Eve, 2020.
This is a snow landscape winter scene with a church on the hill in the distance
I painted this as the subject for a short 30 minute YouTube demonstration video that I created.
You can find the video by entering the link below into your web browser: https://youtu.be/T6um-6EjTsk
This watercolour painting depicts a series of windmills in Holland, show the tranquillity of these once very active old machines.
In a Private Collection
Watercolour painting showing life on the river in the tropical jungles of South America.
This painting captures the light, movement and fun of a fair ground ride set against s bright sunny sky in the US.
Watercolour painting showing a bright sunlit day in Tuscanny, Italy.
Painted from a reference image supplied by Geoff Kersey, Derbyshire based Landscape Watercolour Artist. This shows the swirling mountain and lake mist as it starts to burn off and lift away in the early morning light of the Adirondack Mountains of North America.
I used a reference image from Geoff Kersey, Derbyshire based Landscape Watercolour Artist, as the inspiration for this watercolour painting. I especially like the contrast and shadows in this painting.
A poignant reminder of the devastation that has rampaged its way across the Eastern side of Australia during 2020 causing untold damage both to property and lives in the region.
A watercolour painting that captures the evening light in the famous village of Ambleside in the Lake District.
I used a reference image supplied by Geoff Kersey, Derbyshire based Landscape Watercolour Artist for this painting. It plays with contrasts between light and shade in the foreground and stronger light across the back of the painting.
Depicts a poppy field drape across the rolling hills of a farm in Tuscanny, Italy
This watercolour painting was inspired by a Geoff Kersey tutorial.
Inspired by a Geoff Kersey tutorial. The focus with this painting was to show the water reflections on the wet pavement area and the hazy distance caused by the falling rain. The eye is drawn to the man with the red umbrella.
Inspired by a Geoff Kersey tutorial.
From a photo reference supplied by Dave Williams, local photographer. The focus of this painting is the reflections in the calm water of the River Avon.
Painted from a reference photo supplied by Sally’s cottages.com that shows the bridge at Ashness in the summer time.
Painted from a reference image supplied by Geoff Kersey, UK Landscape Watercolour Artist. This scene, set in the depths of the Derbyshire Winter, captures the cool of the snow and contrasts with the warmth of the stone buildings.
Painted using a reference photo supplied by Simon Smith, local photographer. This painting captures the size and elegance of the old steam locomotives and depicts two that have been restored and put to use on the heritage railway Watercress Line.
Painted using a reference photo supplied by Simon Smith, local photographer. This painting captures the restored station together with its old signage and quaint feel.
Inspired by a Geoff Kersey tutorial. Showing the contrast between the busy metropolis in the background and the quiet calm of Central Park in the foreground.
Painted using an unsplash.com reference image.
From a reference image supplied by a local photographer. This hole in the wall garden is open to the public just down the road from where I live. It is a unique feature and very beautiful in the summer.
Inspired by a Geoff Kersey tutorial. This painting captures the grandness of the scenery at Yosemite National Park with the foreground reflections and the depth to the distant mountains.
Inspired by Geoff Kersey, this painting captures the tranquility of the river with the lone fisherman engrossed in his endeavours.
Painted using an unsplash.com reference image. Such a quaint way to take early morning tea with a friend while out fishing!
Suggested Frame Size: 30 x 20 cm
View of the Basingstoke Canal on a bright sunny day showing shadows and reflections. Inspired by a Terry Harrison painting.
Suggested Frame Size: A4
Shows a contrasting view of people enjoying a walk in the snow covered Central Park with the commercial properties in the distance.
Bare winter landscape with reflections in the almost frozen water of the stream in the foreground.
Atmospheric watercolour painting showing a deer in the early morning mist as the bright sun shines through the trees.
A watercolour painting of Castleton, a small village in the Peak District of Derbyshire.
Painted from a reference photo supplied by Sally’s Cottages.com as it depicts an unusual view of the bridge covered in snow with the fast flowing water in the foreground.
Painted from a reference photo supplied by Sally’s Cottages.com that captures an unusual view of the house on the bridge at Ambleside during the winter.
Inspired by a Geoff Kersey tutorial. I used this painting as the source for printing some of my 2018 Christmas cards.