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HH the 14th Dalai Lama, 2014

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A watercolour on paper from 2014 of my good friend HH the 14th Dalai Lama.  An amazing person who is always bathed in colour.

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Manson Bertaux, soho, 2010

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One from my archives, Maison Bertaux, an amazing small Café in London’s Soho.  Painted here in watercolour and guaché on paper.

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Desmond Tutu, a portrait from 2018

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A portrait of Desmond Tutu, painted for an interfaith event in India in 2018. I tired to capture not just his faith, but his humanity, his statue as a great leader and Rights campaigner. It is also evident from anyone that has met him that he has an element of compassionate mischief to him, a love of laughter and joy.  By using the angle of his glasses, raised up in happiness and a smile emerging I hope I captured this. The smile was a lot of re-working and sketching, early ideas were a smirked smile to a wide open happy...

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Windswept trees and colourful seas.

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A quick stroll and sketch alone and along the seafront in Clevedon this morning, resulted in some sketches, some small paintings and a larger study.  It's always a pleasure to say hello and share my work in progress with passers-by; Socially Distanced at present of course! Here is the sketch of the famous windswept trees at the sea front and the small weather shelter. I'm thinking I may base a future Lino-carving print on this sketch in the future.

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January Studio Clearance Sale, Ending soon

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Just a reminder that the sale prices on the website only last until the end of January. Please make any purchases or email the studio to reserve a painting before the 29th January 2021!

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