'New Watercolours'..exhibition

It’s coming around again...my annual solo exhibition as part of the Oxfordshire Artweeks Festival begins on the 10th May. I have over 30 new watercolours and a large selection of the mini oil paintings from the cotswoldsketchbook series of paintings.

The exhibition is again in Swalciffe Village Hall in a beautiful part of North Oxfordshire, and as well as two other exhibitions in the village there are many local attractions including Whichford Pottery, Broughton Castle, Upton House & Gardens and many local pubs serving good quality food.

10 - 26 May, open from 10am to 6pm every day
Swalcliffe Village Hall
Near Banbury, Oxon OX15 5EQ. UK

You can see a preview of the watercolours here and the mini oils here.

Cartwheel & Plough. Watercolour, 16 x 12 inches


A bend in the road (£99)

Another painting that has been posted before but this shows how it would look in a wide frame. It's a lane near where I live here in France just as the morning sunlight was casting across the road lighting up the foliage on the far side. 

Painting is sold without the frame

A bend in the road. OIL, £99


Springtime in the Orchard (£99)

A lovely apple orchard back in the UK, it seems although I live in a beautiful part of rural France I paint a lot of English subjects, maybe I should move back!

Springtime in the Orchard. OIL, £99


Blue Skies in Taddy

The road to Banbury going through Tadmarton in North Oxfordshire, I like the higgldy piggldy (!) arrangement of the buildings in this view and the red brick building nestling amongst the honey coloured Hornton stone. The frame is a suggestion only, the painting is made on linen canvas board ready to be framed. 6 x 8 inches.

Sheds and clutter, Southwold Harbour. OIL, £99