These are the remaining watercolours/mixed media paintings in my solo show at Cambo Gardens Visitor Stables, which I will be taking down on 30th September, unless marked as sold. Most of them I created plain air, and finished some of them off in the studio. All remaining artwork, both oils and watercolours, will be available via this website or instagram/facebook if you are interested but can’t get to the exhibition. Thank you for looking!
The Fruit Walk at Cambo, looking towards a door in the wall. The daffodils are fully out but there are no leaves on the trees yet. Mixed media 57 x 47cm
One of my first finished water-colour based works from my residency at Cambo, Kingsbarns, East Neuk of Fife. Plein-Air mixed media sketch, mostly in watercolour and ink, 57 x 77cm
Bright Spring Growth against the Wall, shows the back-lit young leaves in front of the warm tones of the wall, 37 x 27cm mixed media, SOLD
A plein-air sketch, in early spring, along the woodland walk near Cambo Sands. 77 x 57cm watercolour and mixed media
Bird Box and Blossom, April at Cambo, 37 x 27cm
Tulip Rows under Fruit Trees, 37 x 27cm
Looking Back to the Stables, 37 x 27cm
The Door in the Wall, April at Cambo, 37 x 27cm SOLD
Tulips under Fruit Trees, 37 x 27cm mixed media.
Trees upon Trees, 37 x 27cm, mixed media
These are the oils currently on display at Cambo, in the Stables Visitor Centre, until the end of this month – September 2019.
September Garden, 92 x 61cm, oil on canvas, framed
Red Tulips under Fruit Trees at Cambo, 76 x 51cm, oil on canvas, framed
Pink Tulips and Bluebells under Fruit Trees at Cambo, 76 x 51cm, oil on canvas, framed
See the Sea Through the Trees, Cambo Woodland Walk, 120 x 100cm, oil on box canvas, unframed
Into the Spring Sun, one of the first oil paintings from my time as Artist in Residence at Cambo, Kingsbarns, oil on canvas 61 x 51cm, framed
Gorse Smells Like Honey 40 x 40cm, oil on canvas, framed
Cambo Woodland Burn, 100 x 50cm, oil on box canvas, unframed