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Smile Inside Artists Project – Oak Apple Day

Recently I took part in the Smile Inside project. A community project developed in response to Covid-19 to help Isolated…

The story behind my painting Artemis and Actaeon

I painted this large 1m x 1m painting of Artemis and Actaeon as part of my mythology series. In this…

#portraitsfornhsheroes

During the Corona Virus Crisis I decided to take part in Tom Croft’s initiative, #portraitsfornhsheroes painting a free portraits for…

A very special 80’th birthday present

Lilia's family wanted to give her something special for her 80'th birthday. Something to remind her of her life in…

The story behind my painting – Circe & Medusa

In this post I’m going to explain to you my inspiration and thought process behind my new painting Circe &…

The Story behind my painting – Circe

In this blog post I am going to try and explain why I felt I had to completely change my…

What I learned from the Pierre Bonnard exhibition at Tate Modern, London

The exhibition takes us from 1900 to Bonnard’s death in 1947 and Bonnard was persistant, painting through wars and season…

How I make my canvas floating frames also known as float frames

I like to frame my stretched canvas paintings in a floating frame, this is a frame that has a small…

250th RA Summer exhibition 2018 review

I go to the Royal academy exhibition every year so I sort of know what to expect, but this year…

5 things I learnt from the Cézanne Portraits exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery

Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) is one of the most influential artists of the nineteenth century. Over a working life of some forty-five…

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