In an era when people hold HD television in high esteem, and a premium is paid for a building with panoramic views, the way that we use our eyes is given greater precedence than ever before. No one would put obscured glass in a window overlooking a magnificent panorama. So why does so much art deliberately limit what we can see?
I try to ask that question with my own work which I describe as painting 'what the eye feels'. It isn't photographic but neither is it afraid to be realistic. I paint what I would like to see when I open my curtains. Paintings that dwell on beauty, drama and hope.
Limited Edition Prints and greeting cards for sale. Commissions welcome, including Equestrian Commissions.