My artistic interest is also largely a geographical one, following a degree in Geography before pursuing a degree in Fine Art at the Scarborough School of Art in 2007. I have a studio space at Yorkshire Wolds Gallery, near to Staxton in North Yorkshire.
I explore through painting the relationship that I hold with my environment, whether local, or a place visited. It is the particular way in which I experience a place that I than look to translate into an artistic language on the canvas.
Painting predominately with oil onto raw canvas that is primed with rabbit skin glue, I then layer up different aspects of the landscape, according to how I see that view.
I also with work with lino boards to create primitive landscape prints.
I am open to paint work that is to a specification for individual commissions.
Personal tastes and interior designs often require a bespoke painting that fits to the rest of a room or house. This can be achieved easily at an affordable price, but still with a resulting painting that is original oil or other medium on a canvas.