Now secured my solo exhibition at the Burslem School of Art, Stoke on Trent for the whole of November.
The Centenary of WW1 and finding out that I had a Great Uncle killed at the Somme in 1918, and being named after him has highlighted to me the idea of the poppy not only as a wild flower but as an image of remembrance.
I reverted to my favourite medium, watercolour with the average size being 8x10 on paper in white frames.
The Burslem School of Art has given me the the opportunity for a solo exhibition in November and would love to take the exhibition to other galleries. Im pleased to say the National Arboretum has accepted one of the paintings for display.