May 28, 2011

I’ve been working on new floral studies, continuing the theme of tulips, which are now available to view on the website at


Print selected for Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition 2011, London

May 23, 2011

I’m very pleased to announce that my framed monochrome print Pink Tulip, Study IV has been selected for inclusion in the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts “Summer Exhibition” in London.

From the Royal Academy’s website:

Held annually since the Royal Academy’s foundation in 1768, the Summer Exhibition is a unique celebratory showcase for art of all styles and media, encompassing paintings, sculpture, photography, prints, architectural models, film, and artist’s books. Historically, the exhibition has also provided an opportunity for Royal Academicians, many of whom are internationally renowned, to show their work.

Following long Academy tradition, the exhibition is curated by an annually rotating committee of Royal Academicians who are all practicing artists and architects. Any artist may enter work for selection – over 12,000 works are submitted for consideration every year and around 1200 are exhibited. The Academy works hard to encourage a diverse range of artists to enter and, as a result, well over 100 artists are included every year who have not previously exhibited in the Summer Exhibition”.

The exhibition is on from 7th June to 15 August 2011.

Further details at:

New prints at the Weston Gallery, California

May 22, 2011

A selection of my new prints is now available through the Weston Gallery in Carmel, California, including a number of fishing boat and seascapes, taken on a few recent trips to the Suffolk coast, here in eastern England.

As with my other prints at the gallery, the new images are printed on archival-quality Hahnemühle Fine Art paper and are available in 11″ x 11″ and 15″ x 15″ sizes, matted, with the option of framing at time of purchase also available.

Further details at:

Weston Gallery is on Sixth Avenue, between Dolores and Lincoln, in Carmel California (CA 93921).

“Behind The Eyes” prints in today’s WildAid online and live auctions, 5th May 2011

May 5, 2011

The WildAid online auction is currently on, with the bidding continuing tonight at the WildAid Gala Auction Event in San Francisco.

I have two 15″ x 15″ framed fine-art prints being bid for online – “Lion’s Stare II” and “Portrait of an Elephant II” – and which will also be part of the live auction tonight.  Details at: and

WildAid’s mission is to end illegal wildlife trade in our lifetimes by reducing demand through public awareness campaigns and providing comprehensive marine protection.

Partners include the National Geographic, the WWF, United Nations Foundation and many others. 100% of the Gala Auction donations go directly to field programs.

The auction includes a wide range of items, including adventure holidays, experiences and prints from art contributors such as Michael Kenna and National Geographic photographers David Doubliet and Ralph Lee Hopkins.

Jackie Chan and Leonardo DiCaprio are two of the many well-known faces who will be honorary hosts for the Gala Event.

The main auction website is at: