A print on high quality paper with the print approx 30 x 30 cm with a 2 cm white border. The print is signed individually by the artist and numbered in the lower border. This is a print from the May garden of a series of monthly paintings of my own garden. I love sitting in my cottage and wildlife garden taking in the ambiance as I paint brushing the bees and insects from the canvas as the flowers appear.
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I am an international working artist based in Peterborough UK. I create bright, emotional and colourful paintings and installations in 2 themes: nature, environment, flowers and gardens and: commemorating people, places and events of WWI in an intuitive and spiritual way. I am currently Artist-in-Residence at the most visited country park in the UK funded by The Arts Council. Much of my installation work includes the participation of people in its creation or the artwork itself as I love engaging people in stories whilst connecting with others and the environment around them. Previously Artist-in-Residence at Lyveden New Bield with The National Trust. My nature paintings are usually inspired by my previous professional career in Wildlife conservation before art took over my life!