Exhibition at Greens Restaurant - Click and collect over dinner!
After 3 years in Dubai, I have returned home with images of the camels, seafood and cafes of the Persian Gulf. Now happily re-immersed in linocutting my way round Bristol, I am very fortunate to be able to hang work in one of my favourite restaurants.
Work can be purchased online (see below) and taken away from the restaurant. Alternatively you can collected from my studio in Cotham, or I can ship worldwide. All sold work is immediately replaced with new pieces.
If you have a beautiful hospitality space, and would be interested in displaying my original artwork, please contact me by email
Octopi are fascinating, beautiful creatures, but also (unfortunately for them) delicious, and frequently on Greens’ menu. Original oil painting on canvas wrapped round a wooden frame.
This original oil painting was done from life - a nest found at the bottom of a pine tree in France, lined with feathers and the shells of hatched eggs. On canvas wrapped round a wooden frame, the painted image continues along the side edges.
These are the basic ingredients with which I start most main courses. This signed original oil was painted from life, and is professionally framed in a solid wood frame.
This linocut is hand printed using 2 blocks, which takes forever… so a very limited edition of 10 is available. Featured in the Bristol Impressions calendar, as the image for January 2020.
This is a sheet of pen & ink and watercolour studies from life. I love the tentacles, colours, and taste of prawns - they were fresh from the fish market in Dubai. Professionally framed in a solid wood frame, on display in Greens Restaurant and available for immediate collection.
This cheeky squirrel was stealing birdfood from our balcony. Drawn using ink and pencil, in a handmade solid wood frame, it is on display in Greens Restaurant, available for immediate collection.
Framed graphite pencil drawing. This group of pregnant females were in a camel farm on the outskirts of Dubai, where I spent many hot hours sketching in the shade. As this is a page from a sketchbook, the framer ‘floated’ the page between two sheets of glass, leaving the torn edge visible, surrounded by a solid wood frame.
The fishing harbour in Um Suqeim was just down the road from our Dubai house. Packed with boats and cafes, ideal for an ice cream or peanut butter milk shake after school. This was sketched from life, with the sun setting behind the boats, and jetskis for hire in the foreground. Professionally framed ink drawing, from life.
The Creekside Cafe is a great place to sketch, serving excellent coffee, mint lemonade, and overlooking Dubai’s old (still functional) port, in the middle of the textile souk. Massive wooden boats are loaded and unloaded on the opposite bank, the ones pictured here are restaurants. Framed ink drawing.
25x18cm plus frame.
This hand printed linocut is of my friend Kez, who took a ride when we went to visit the camel farm. As ex-racing camels, it wasn’t the customary beach experience: Kez had to sit right on the back like a jockey!
This is a reduction print, whereby the lino block is cut back progressively and overprinted, building up layers of colour from light to dark.
Limited edition of 10.