My exhibition space is open and airy, having doors directly to the garden so maintaining distance should be possible. I suggest that the afternoon hours from 3.30.00 - 6.00 should be reserved for appointments. Please telephone if that is your preference.
After some years working as an archivist, having trained in the manuscripts department of the Bodleian, a move to Brussels was the opportunity to paint full time. There paintings of the spectacular Art Nouveau buildings, many at that point neglected, became known, and contributed to conservation projects. The clarity of watercolour is a passion in the English watercolour tradition. Geology and the patterns of light, water and natural forms, particularly the High Arctic are a continuing inspiration. Visits to Venice suggested as a long term project, a series of architectural studies covering the entire length of the Grand Canal. Recently, of necessity I have been painting, mainly small size, nearby corners of Oxford. It has also been a chance to look at notes, sketches and photos for paintings which were never realised. Now some have finally, with great pleasure, been completed.