I’ve been exhibiting at the Victoria Fearn Gallery for many years now. Over that time, I’ve exhibited in various group shows and joint shows, but now that I now work from home and don’t have my own gallery to deal with I was delighted to accept Victoria’s invitation to have a solo show.

I painted some new work – here’s Pwll Deri


and revisited a couple of others – looking towards Strumble from Mathry, Abereiddy Watchtower.

winter walk along the estuary is my most recent painting

In all there were over 40 full size paintings posted to Victoria. If you’d like to see more of them, have a look on this page where there are quite a few of them.

We had a lovely preview evening  where I met several of Victoria’s ‘regular’ customers and also some old schoolfriends and opera singing friends. Not only did we have a very enjoyable evening, but I’m pleased to report a few red dots

I also sent Victoria thirty mini paint sketches on canvas of dogs – mostly collies – as this is a project I’ve been working on this year. I’ve painted my own dogs and those of many friends. I have even accosted total strangers and asked their permission to paint their dogs. A few of the sketches are dogs which have been rescued by Galgos del Sol in Spain who work incessantly rescuing galgos (Spanish hunting dogs – greyhounds) and podencos.

This is Pablo.

Many of the paintings ended up in my little book, Mostly Collies, and you can see several of them below.