I am chiefly a watercolourist, a Professional Associate Member of The Society for All Artists. I do not specialise in any particular subject matter, my subject matter is
gleaned from the world around me. My representational painting style is clean and precise. I paint what I see.
From the age of fifteen I studied silversmithing at the Sheffield College of Art. There I rubbed
shoulders with David Mellor, Keith Tyssen, and Brian Asquith, each to become a leading exponent of Industrial Design. Within a few short years, I became assisitant to Brian Asquith. He was a great influence upon my cultural awareness, and in
turn encouraged my painting style.
Throughout the 1960s, I lectured on The History of Silver, at the Sheffield College of Art. This was soon to whet my appetite for teaching full time. So, following a training
course in Design and Technology in the early 1970s, I entered teaching, and moved to the Midlands. My teaching career spanned upwards of 40 years, during which time I became an examiner for the Cambridge Board, ran various Inset courses for Coventry
teachers of Graphic Design, and illustrated a school textbook entitled, "First Technology". This was published by Hodder and Stoughton in December 1989.
It wasn't until I retired from teaching that I took to my paintbrushes
in earnest. I now paint full-time from my Midlands studio.
See you again soon.
Contact me firstname.lastname@example.org I do hope you have enjoyed viewing my work.