Tag: Wales

Mother Mountain

Moel Famau is the legendary hill of childhood, its ascent a kind of allegorical rite of passage for generations of Liverpudlians. In this new painting, I have created a partially imagined view of the Mother Mountain.


Tree of Life

A new painting from the studio. Far from being apocalyptic, this work is intended to bring some joy from its depiction of a barren mountain – imagined somewhere in Wales.


Aberllefenni

In another painting I was drawn to the mouth of the deserted mine in the mountainside, and in this drawn work – I was literally drawn again, to the nearby Foel Grochan which is punched into the hillside of an utterly remarkable landscape in the Afon Dulas valley.


Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2018

EXHIBITION: Mall Galleries, London 5th – 18th March 2018  10:00- 17:00


Quartz, Erratic

The great bowl of Cadair Idris in mid-Wales is the subject of this painting. I climbed as far as Llyn Cau in the winter of 2017 accompanied by the odd raven and, nothing else. Your reward in the biting cold and the ice that starts to form on your boots at elevation is a spectacle……