Newsletter July 2021


Great news. I have been lucky enough to have some of my work displayed for sale by Pocock’s the Artmonger, in Burnham Market.

Earlier in June, we travelled to Norfolk for a week of creativity on the Norfolk Broads and also visited Burnham Market, to deliver some paintings.

The Artmonger is ‘tucked down North Street, a few steps along the main road from the Market Place, this is a real treasure trove for art-lovers with dozens and dozens of works always on show both in the gallery and in the upstairs room of

the adjoining shop, Hamilton Antiques’

SOME OF THE WORKS AVAILABLE FROM POCKOCK’S. Please email if you are interested in purchasing these paintings

The Norfolk Broads was a real treat, and I managed to do a little sketching and preparatory work towards a next

series of paintings.

This was helped by the fact that I have bought a drone – to collect aerial views of the landscapes I am painting.


The artist Peter Lanyon (1918 to 1964) was an abstract landscape painter who was also a glider, and used his gliding experience to view the landscape from the air. As I am a massive fan, (but I am not a glider!) I thought that buying a drone would be the next best thing – and I love it.


My painting of The Green Dragon train from The South Tynedale Railway, Alston, is now on display at The Station Café, Alston. Limited edition prints of this painting are also available from The Station Café, from The Market Cross, Alston or direct from my website

As well as this, Lowbyer Manor Country House now have a collection of my paintings and prints on the walls of the Manor House, all for sale. Please contact me direct or Lowbyer for more details.

This means I now have original work and/ or prints available for sale in the following locations. Please feel free to contact any of them for more details:

The Market Cross, Alston. Cumbria, Alston House Hotel, Alston, Cumbria, Lowbyer Manor Country House, Alston, Cumbria, The Station Café, Alston, Cumbria, The Saddler’s Bistro, Alston, Cumbria, The Hive, Nenthead, Cumbria, Keswick Museum and Gallery, Keswick, Cumbria, Rydal Mount and Gardens, Rydal, Cumbria, Waterfoot Park, Pooley Bridge, Cumbria

Pocock’s The Artmongers, Burnham Market, Norfolk


Follow me on INSTAGRAM for regular updates of this painting and others – but here is an update of the development of this triptych, alongside drone footage from the location of the initial viewpoint.

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