“I spent most of my childhood and early adulthood living in Cornwall (Mawgan Porth, St. Mawgan, Truro and Mousehole).  The rugged beauty of the north Cornwall coast and the ever changing nature of the sea and beaches I found endlessly fascinating.”

“Upon retiring from a career in nursing I decided to pursue my interest in art. As a consequence I studied  Art History, attaining a BA (Hons) degree.  I then attended classes in drawing and painting under the tutorage of the professional artist Robert Guy for three years where I developed a fondness for painting with pastels. The tactile nature of pastel painting allows me to identify closely with the subject matter.”



I painted the silhouette of the statue of Charles Darwin outside his old Shrewsbury School (now the public library) as I liked the analogy of his school being behind him as he contemplated the wider world.

Limited edition Giclée print available framed or mounted & wrapped.

Artwork Size- 297 x 420mm


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Mounted & Wrapped A3 Limited Edition Giclée Print on 210gsm Archival Paper using Pigment Inks, Framed A3 Limited Edition Giclée Print on 210gsm Archical Paper using Pigment Inks