Ancient woods +SOLD+

Horner Wood. A rare and beautiful temperate rainforest in Exmoor

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in FSC wood

Artwork: 30cm x 20cm

Framed: 39cm x 29cm

SOLD from John Davies Gallery Moreton-in-Marsh

Muddy lane +SOLD+

This lane near home, leads steeply down to the stream and the mill. It is just past the point in the hedgerow where, each year, glowworms meet on warm summer evenings. In the hedges young oak trees are slowly stretching their limbs and filling out. There are 2,300 different species of bats to mammals, lichen to fungi dependent in some way on oak

Ink, charcoal and watercolour on paper framed in FSC wood

Image: 68cm x 50cm

Frame: 87cm x 69cm

SOLD from  John Davies Gallery  Moreton-in-Marsh

Steep bit down to the mill +SOLD+

This is French Mill, tucked away in the steep-sided valley of the River Sturkle

Ink and watercolour on paper, framed in FSC wood

Artwork: 26cm x 15cm

Framed: 39cm x 29cm

SOLD from  John Davies Gallery  Moreton-in-Marsh

Hilltop path +SOLD+

The beautiful stand of beech, pine and ash trees in Pine Walk up in the hilltop town of Shaftesbury

Ink, watercolour and charcoal on watercolour canvas ground

Artwork: 123 x 91cm

Framed: 127 x 95cm

SOLD from  John Davies Gallery  Moreton-in-Marsh

Spring sun +SOLD+

The muddy drovers lane that goes uphill to Writh

Ink and watercolour on paper, framed in FSC wood

Artwork: 26cm x 15cm

Framed: 39cm x 29cm

SOLD from  John Davies Gallery  Moreton-in-Marsh

Puddles in the lane +SOLD+

Longlisted on the  Jackson's Painting Prize 2021

There are 1,058 species of birds to bats, fungi to mammals that are dependant in some way on ash trees

Ink, charcoal and watercolour on paper framed in FSC wood

Image: 68cm x 50cm, frame: 87cm x 69cm

SOLD from  Kevis House Gallery , Petworth

Lockdown lane walks: Up to the footpath SOLD

Downhill on French Mill Lane with the steps up to the footpath through the field on the left

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in FSC wood

Artwork: 28cm x 20cm

Framed: 39cm x 29cm

SOLD

Sun glimpse SOLD

There are 1,058 UK species associated with ash trees, ranging from beetles to birds, lichens to mammals. All will be affected when we lose up to 90% of the UKs 70m ash trees from dieback disease. Research is ongoing into replanting these trees with ash bred with tolerance to the infection

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in waxed FSC ash

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm

SOLD from The John Davies Gallery , Moreton-in-Marsh

Lockdown lane walks: Just past the smallholding……SOLD

Along the lane, just past John and Carol's smallholding

Ink and watercolour on paper, framed in FSC wood

Artwork: 26cm x 15cm

Framed: 39cm x 29cm

SOLD

Hedgeline sentinel (1707) SOLD

Of the 2,300 species dependent in some way on oak trees, ranging from beetles to birds, lichens to mammals, 326 of them only live on oak trees. This is what makes every tree so important. Our once vast ancient woodlands now only cover 2% of the UK

Ink and watercolour on paper, framed in FSC wood

Image: 68cm x 50cm

Frame: 87cm x 69cm

SOLD

Beech mist SOLD

Selected for the SGFA Draw20 exhibition at Mall Galleries

There are 1,058 UK species associated with ash trees, ranging from beetles to birds, lichens to mammals. All will be affected when we lose up to 90% of the UKs 70m ash trees from dieback disease. Research is ongoing into replanting these trees with ash bred with tolerance to the infection

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in waxed FSC ash

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm

SOLD from  Sea Pictures Gallery

Emerging SOLD

Long-listed for the Jackson's Painting Prize 2020

There is evidence that people lived on Hambledon Hill 5,000 years ago, 1,000 years before the Great pyramid at Giza was built. The worlwide human population in 3,000BC was around 7m. In 1964 it was 3,250m, today there are 7,710m of us

Ink, watercolour and charcoal on paper, framed in FSC wood

Image: 68cm x 50cm

Frame: 87cm x 69cm

SOLD from The Art Stable

Ridgeline SOLD

There are 1,058 UK species associated with ash trees, ranging from beetles to birds, lichens to mammals. All will be affected when we lose up to 90% of the UKs 70m ash trees from dieback disease. Research is ongoing into replanting these trees with ash bred with tolerance to the infection

Ink and watercolour on board, framed

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm

15in x 9in / 39cm x 29cm framed

SOLD from the  Arts Stable

Snow on the track SOLD

This hazel shaded track in West Melbury was at one time the main route for driving cattle up to Shaftesbury. There are still patches of cobbles on the lane and towards the bottom is a field called Halfpenny. This was the land drovers would overnight their cattle in, which cost half a penny. The next day they would herd them up Gold Hill to the market

Framed in waxed and stained black FSC wood

Artwork: 28cm x 20cm

Framed: 39cm x 29cm

SOLD 

Two trees SOLD

There is evidence that people lived on Hambledon Hill 5,000 years ago, 1,000 years before Stonehenge was built. The worlwide human population in 3,000BC was around 7m. In 1964 it was 3,250m, today there are 7,710m of us

Ink, watercolour and charcoal on paper, framed in FSC wood

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm15in x 9in / 39cm x 29cm framed

SOLD from the  Arts Stable

1058: West Melbury. Winter No5 SOLD

'BEST IN SHOW' at SGFA Draw 18 exhibition

There are 1,058 UK species associated with ash trees, ranging from beetles to birds, lichens to mammals. All will be affected when we lose up to 90% of the UKs 70m ash trees from dieback disease. Research is ongoing into replanting these trees with ash bred with tolerance to the infection

Watercolour on paper, framed in FSC ash, SOLD

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm

SOLD Summer mizzle

In the beech woods with low misty cloud

Ink, watercolour and charcoal on paper, framed in FSC wood

44cm x 29cm artwork 53cm x 39cm framed

SOLD from  The Gallery, Lees Yard, Holt

Yew light SOLD

This yew wood on the southern slopes of Hambledon Hill is around 500-700 years old. Little grows under it as light struggles to penetrate the canopy

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in FSC ash

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm 15in x 9in / 39cm x 29cm framed

SOLD from The Art Stable

Snow on the burrows SOLD

The bank behind our house is home to rabbit and badger burrows. The snow in the field revealed their zig-zagging paths

Ink, watercolour and charcoal on paper framed in FSC wood

27in x  22in, 68cm x 57cm

SOLD from  John Davies Gallery

Ramparts SOLD

Selected for the SGFA Draw20 exhibition at Mall Galleries

There is evidence that people lived on Hambledon Hill 5,000 years ago, 1,000 years before Stonehenge was built. The worlwide human population in 3,000BC was around 7m. In 1964 it was 3,250m, today there are 7,710m of us

Ink, watercolour and charcoal on prepared canvas, framed in FSC wood

48in x 36in /120cm x 90cm

SOLD from The Art Stable

Daylesford oak (1876) SOLD

2,300 species, from birds to beetles, fungi to lichens are dependent on oak trees. This acorn was sown around 1876

Ink, charcoal and watercolour on paper framed in FSC wood

Image: 68cm x 50cm

Frame: 87cm x 69cm

SOLD

326: Daylesford oak (1460) SOLD

2,300 species, from birds to beetles, fungi to lichens are dependent on oak trees. This amazing tree is in the Dayelsford Estate

Watercolour on board, framed in waxed natural FSC ash

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm

SOLD

Sentinels, Petworth SOLD

These beech trees form a clump on top of Arbour Hill in Petworth Park. Only now are we seeing them at their best after being planned and panted by Capability Brown in the 1750s

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in FSC ash

30in x 41in / 77cm x 103cm

33in x 45in / 85cm x 115cm framed

SOLD from Kevis House Gallery  Petworth

326: Chastleton oak (1020) SOLD

2,300 species, from birds to beetles, fungi to lichens are dependent on oak trees. Of these, 326 species only live on oak . This tree in Chastleton began growing around 1020

Ink, charcoal and watercolour on paper framed in FSC wood

30in x  48in, 76cm x 121cm

SOLD

Tank at the top SOLD

There is evidence that people lived on Hambledon Hill 5,000 years ago, 1,000 years before Stonehenge was built. The worldwide human population in 3,000BC was around 7m. In 1964 it was 3,250m, today there are 7,710m of us

Ink, watercolour and charcoal on paper, framed in FSC wood

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm 15in x 9in / 39cm x 29cm framed

SOLD from the  Arts Stable

SOLD High shelter, Petworth

These beech trees form a clump on top of Arbour Hill in Petworth Park. Only now are we seeing them at their best after being planned and panted by Capability Brown in the 1750s

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in FSC ash

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm

15in x 9in / 39cm x 29cm framed

SOLD from Kevis House Gallery Petworth

Silton Oak (1018) Dawn SOLD

This incredible tree at Silton, Dorset could be 1,000 years old. It's trunk is 9.75m around and is also known as Wyndham's Oak. It is a boundary oak marking the border between the Selwood and Gillingham forests. During a revolt in 1685 it was also used as a hanging tree.

Unframed ink, watercolour and charcoal on watercolour paper 

5ft x 4ft

SOLD from the  Arts Stable

1058: Ashmore Woods No9 SOLD

Pre-selected for Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI) exhibition at Mall Galleries

There are 1,058 UK species associated with ash trees, ranging from beetles to birds, lichens to mammals. All will be affected when we lose up to 90% of the UKs 70m ash trees from dieback disease. Research is ongoing into replanting these trees with ash bred with tolerance to the infection

Ink and watercolour on board, framed in waxed FSC ash SOLD

11in x 8in / 28cm x 20cm