I paint because I cannot help myself from painting. Unfortunately, I, like billions of others, have to earn a living and I do it by selling my paintings. I miss them for a while, but then I move on and become absorbed in the next one and everything is fine again. I will not be beaten by this recession: I will sell my paintings at a price I think people are prepared to pay for them. At the moment that seems to be quite low. But I am a pragmatist: If I don't eat, I will drop dead.
I combine my obsession for painting with trudging through the countryside of Warwickshire or poking around in our sublime, little churches ( Warwickshire is smack bang in the middle of England )I paint in all weathers and in all seasons. Sometimes, the watercolours freeze on the palette and on the paper. …Read More
My formal education played absolutely no part whatsoever in my love for painting so I shall not bore you with a list of meaningless qualifications. My father gave me the genes for painting and he encouraged me to really look at things and express my understanding of them through that medium.…Read More