Welcome to my website, and to my collection of paintings inspired by my love of animals and the natural world.  I am a professional artist living in rural Devon between the Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks – the Country of the Two Rivers made famous by Henry Williamson in his book “Tarka the Otter”.  I work mainly in oil and pastel, and many of my paintings feature the livestock and wildlife of this region.

 

A selection of my original paintings is currently available through a number of leading galleries in the UK, including most recently the Steam Gallery at Beer, and the Salar Gallery in Hatherleigh, Devon.  Some of my more recent sales can be seen on my Archive Gallery page.  I have also successfully exhibited at the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art, and I will be submitting further pieces for this year’s exhibition.   More details will be posted on this site a little nearer the time.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are looking for a selection of open and limited edition prints you will find details of my collection on my Prints page.  My range of prints will be developed and extended as time -and inspiration - permit.   A further range of limited edition prints is available through Buckingham Fine Art Publishers.

 Bespoke quality portraits of that special four legged friend can be commissioned in oil or pastel, to include a photographic session if required. Please refer to my Commissions page for further details. 

 Although I have greatly enjoyed the courses which I have run with my husband Paul in our country home near Torrington, attracting artists from all over the UK and Europe, unfortunately my time for this is now very limited.  I am available for private tuition by appointment, and can also offer a consultancy service by e-mail, along with a range of e-workshops.  Please have a look at my Tuition and E-mail Tuition pages if you are an artist who would be interested.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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