Thinking about abstract landscapes and trying to find gesture, strength and weather in what I paint: two versions of Trebarwith in February (when the sea rushes in)




Part of the “written on the land” series: “Steel Farmhouse from Burdenwell”: increasingly fascinated by all the ways the land has been shaped and changed by successive generations and how to show what that feels like



Written on the Land 2″: part of my 100 days project to paint Steele Hill, just 10 minutes’ walk from my door and a great way to be spending Lockdown 3 (now selected for the Wayland Drangonfly Gallery summer Open Exhibition and available for sale there)



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