Paintings – Landscape

Growing up in the heart of rural Oxfordshire, the changing colours and seasons of the British landscape and the people and places I visit have been a long standing inspiration.

Texture is an important part of my work, and influenced by my textile background and mum’s love of quilt making, I frequently use material as well as paper collage, which alongside other mixed media creates exciting colour and textural effects. The quiet areas of my paintings are just as important as the vibrant subjects of my work, allowing you to focus on to a window on the world, whether it’s a woodland, garden or street.

(This is an example of my recent paintings. Please visit the Exhibitions and News page for an up to date list of when and where you can find my work.)

Large Paintings

Shades of Orange – Irises
5 Vases
First Light Foxgloves
Early Morning Bluebells
Orchard Cherry Tree
Carolyn’s Orchids
Peach Orchids
Three Orchids
Woodland Light
Dappled Light over Bluebells
Orchids in a glass bowl
Autumn Canopy
Lazy Autumn Afternoon
Falling Leaves
Hedgerow Dog Roses
Light Trail

Medium Paintings

Cut Sweet Peas
Orange and Blues
2 Vases
Purple Irises
Foxglove Woods
Early Bluebells
Orchid Trio
Colour Burst
Beach Pine Trees
Path to the Beach
White and Pink Orchids
Spring Bluebells
Japanese Anemones
Cherry Trees
Spring Daffodils
Pink and Mauve Orchids
Summer Flowers
Setting Sun
Holding on to Autumn
Autumn Ferns
Scent of Spring
Winter Fields
Long Hot Summer

Small Paintings

Blue Irises
Sunday Bluebells
Opium Poppies
Wild Orchids
Sunshine Daffodils
Purple Sweet Peas
Wild Flowers
Jam Jar Ranunculus
Colour Pop
Poppy Field
Japanese Anemones & Ox Eye Daisies
First Signs of Spring
Cornfield and Poppies
Summer Birch
May Bluebells
Evening Reflections over Buttermere
Late Evening Sun
Frosted Leaves