Horses – Deer – Wolves – Hares – Swans – Foxes – Ink Landscapes

‘The Gentle Wild II’

9th August until 18th September 2017
The Malthouse Bar and Kitchen in Stroud

A series of large paintings on paper; featuring a collection of wild animals including deer, foxes, horse, wolves and other four-legged beasts. Gently painted in brush on handmade Indian papers, these animals leap and bound around alone and in pairs. Grateful thanks to Pegasus Art for their sponsorship in art materials for this show.

Presented by SIT select working with Malthouse Bar and Kitchen.

**Open Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 until 17:00**
**Sunday and Monday 10:00 until 16:00**

Malthouse Bar & Kitchen, Salmon Springs, Stroud, GL6 6NU or


13th June 2017 to November 2017

‘Passion’ is a mixed exhibition of works by several artists which represent their interpretation of the word ‘passion’. The show is hung in the wonderful Old Passage Fish restaurant at Arlingham. I have 3 very different pieces of work in this group show. All exhibited pieces are for sale with a percentage of sales going to help the brilliant charity SARA which does invaluable rescue missions on the river Severn.

Find out more about the Severn Area Rescue Association

The Old Passage Restaurant on the River, Arlingham, GL2 7JR. Tel: 01452 740547

Current stuff

I am delighted to be showing a brand new series of ink paintings in the newly renovated Tetbury Goods Shed. This exhibition ‘The Gentle Wild’ is part of the Select Festival 2017 and takes place in the ‘shed’; a large high vaulted building with beautiful light and original features. For several months now I have been tucked away in my studio creating leaping deer, foxes, hares, horses and stags in all of their glory. I hope you can come and see them in the flesh. All works are painted using ink and brush on Indian 100% cotton paper and are nearly 2 metres long.

My work can also be seen at Open Studios during the weekends of 6-7th and 13-14th May as part of SITE festival 2017. A large array of framed and unframed paintings, drawings, ink sketches, landscapes and animal studies.



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