Hello, nice to meet you. This is a collection of pictures which I have painted over many years. Some are icons, some seascapes. Most I still have, but a considerable number have found their way to other homes over the years; Russia, Alaska, the US, Australia and mostly the UK. They are in chapels, churches… Read More Welcome

September 23rd

This week I started six new pictures of women saints,to redress the balance on my bookshelves a little. And I finished another, Godric of Finchale, reformed pirate. Kateri still needs some work, but the rest are ready for varnishing.

August 2017

Here are a few new friends from this month. The Road to Emmaus John the Apostle Aetheldreda/Aethelthryth Toyohiko Kagawa Elisabeth Elliot Edward Thomas Ruth Pfau And finally, a picture of Martin Luther King Jnr wearing the doctoral robes of Newcastle University.  Given to the University to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the honorary doctorate. The… Read More August 2017

May 25th

Three more pictures today. The first is in response to the appalling terrorist attack in Manchester from earlier this week, which has left many of us heartbroken and at a loss to know how to move forward. I wanted to paint an image of the loss of innocent people, without anything too graphic, so here… Read More May 25th

15 May

I have neglected this place for a while, partly because my new phone was not uploading photographs properly. Still not sure why that happens, but encouraged by some very kind comments from visitors here are several new pictures. There are others.   John Howard has been hanging around for about a year, and is finally finished… Read More 15 May

March 24th

It seems a long time since I added any pictures here because Charlie and I have been travelling again, this time to Miami. To make up for this here are some new initials, K and N.          

New pictures for 2017

After a difficult few months I have spent a week at home with a cold, and this has given me the space to complete some new pictures; the first since September. There are many others in various stages of completion but for now here are Abelard and Heloise, John Keble, Mary Ward and William Tyndale.