30” x 40” (76 x 102cm) / Acrylic on gessoed panel / Private collection/Giclée print available - see Prints page
The 30” x 40” painting ‘Dune’ was painted over a period of six months in the winter of 2010-2011, using acrylics on a gessoed panel.
The scene depicted is Cape Cod, the famous island and cape in the state of Massachusetts, in the northeast United States. The dunes in the area are part of the Cape's barrier beach. It’s said the cape is one of the biggest barrier islands in the world, shielding much of the Massachusetts coastline from North Atlantic storm waves. The painting was exhibited at the 2011 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. The Royal Academy also published a greetings card and a separate postcard featuring the painting.
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A First. In 2020, one of my paintings, The Treasure of Britwell Salome - Matins was accepted by the The Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) for exhibition at their Annual Show. The RBA is dedicated to promoting the highest standards of skill, concept and draughtsmanship in painting, sculpture, printmaking and drawing.
GUARANTEED TO LAST 1000 YEARS
I live by the rule, when you’re painting you’re not only making art, you’re making furniture. I use the finest light-fast oil, acrylic and watercolour paints, and work on hardboard. If you don’t damage, burn or submerge the paintings, they should last 1000 years. If they don’t, well, get back to me.