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I walk a lot, here in North Wales. The old slate quarries are often visited. I like the how it looks, well parts of it. But I also look for the hidden colours, and try to bring those out. This is the side of cliff, where the slate was cut from, some 30 meters high. This is printed on Kodak pro endure gloss, under 6mm of acrylic glass, on a dibond backing. This a limited run of 20, even if it is printed on any other media or size, which I can offer, just contact me.
A Woodland Walk
This piece was inspired by Sunday morning autumn walks in Pentwood State Park Connecticut USA. On the border between Bloomfield and Simsbury just a short stroll along route 185 from where I used to live before returning to the UK. This is a Giclee print of my original art with certificate of authenticity
Dawn between the clouds
I painted this piece from childhood memories of visits to a place called Dinmoor Hill in Herefordshire. We used to visit the woods in the summer and stop at the onsite cafe for ice cream. The woods were always magical when the bluebells were in bloom. This is a Giclee print of my original art with a certificate of authenticity
Sailing to Shore
I really like photographing flowers, including wild flowers, common flowers. This image is of forget-me-not, not quite macro, but very close up. The matte finish in the printing really adds a sense of not quite real. This was photographed in the small lanes around Tregarth in North Wales. This is printed on Kodak Pro Endura gloss paper, with an aluminium dibond backing, under matter acrylic. Hanging rail is attached to the back. This is part of a limited run of 20, and if it is printed in any other way, then that is part of the run of 20. I can have this printed in different sizes and media, but I do have a maximum size. Please contact me about this.
Shacks on Water
This is my interpretation of a photograph taken in the slums of Manila. What struck me about the photograph was the vast array of colours and materials which portrayed rightly or wrongly a very vibrant community. I was also captured by the contrast of the clean washing hung out to dry and the litter floating in the murky water below.