- Some of my landscapes are 'wet on wet' watercolours on stretched cotton rag paper. (although the most recent paintings are transparent oils on board). In the watercolours I have reduced my colour pigments to just three (burnt Sienna, raw Sienna, prussian Blue) as my basic primaries. With the oils I have added, ultra marine, viridian green, alizarin crimson, cadmium yellow, 'orange hue, and 'red hue to my pallette. Many times I use no white or black, but instead rely upon the white of the paper, or the white of the gesso ground on the board, and the transparent nature of the medium, to create a 'luminescence' to the colours in my paintings.
are magical interpretations of parks, forests, rivers and ocean ‘scapes where I have reflected in prayer at the dawn sunrise. There is 'a narrative' behind most of theimages I create, as such the titles hint at my thoughts.