Thursday, November 15, 2012

Exhibition at The Three Blackbirds

From 23rd November until 9th of December and to coincide with Tattersall’s  final sales of the year, I will be holding a Christmas exhibition at The Three Blackbirds public house and restaurant in Woodditton, near Newmarket. I'lll be showing a mix of abstract racing scenes, mixed media canvases and equestrian and wildlife watercolours, all executed over the past year. All will be originals and all will be for sale. The show will be open during normal opening hours or you can ring me on 07963 467 960 or email to arrange a personal viewing to suit you. A couple of paintings are shown here, 'Fast Finishing' and 'Up on the Rails'  Further details and images to follow!

Friday, September 28, 2012

Art courses

Over the Autumn we will be running art and craft courses at the stud studio so if you fancy a day of painting, eating and having a go at something you might not have tried before, all the details are at

Look forward to seeing you here!

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Christopher Wren

Might be a long job . . .

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Flaming July

This concept is a series of watercolours of a galloping horse that have been animated in front of fiery backgrounds, with a dramatic soundtrack, to be projected and screened around Newmarket during the July Festival of Racing and sales. We hope to get it shown in shops and businesses all over Newmarket, in windows and on walls, as a running theme for the week. It can be supplied free on CD, USB stick or DVD - you just supply the TV, projector or computer screen. It will coincide with the arrival of the Olympic torch on 7th July and run until the following weekend. This modern, moving mural will then just live in the memory and not become a tired and dated, decaying artwork.

'Giving All' 30"x24" £265

Saturday, March 31, 2012

'Fire' 24'' x 30'' £225

Finished this morning . . .

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Sunny day

I took advantage of an all too infrequent sunny day and sketched the foal outside the studio - none of these took more than a few seconds but I think capture the form of the foal more than any painting taking forever to execute.