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Updated: Sep 14, 2023

Hello. Some fabulous mountain scenery. Can't you just smell the fresh air.

I finished this 2 days ago, but have been indulging in my usual tweak-fest since. For goodness sake someone start a self help group. I also did a voice over for the social media reel, but on playback thought it sounded a touch creepy so ditched it.

See if you can spot the tiny Canadian Mountie hidden somewhere in the forest.

....No, of course there isn't, I'm a serious artist.

This painting will be coming with me to the Art Surrey fair at Epsom Racecourse 6-8 October. More info on this fair soon, it's going to be a good one.

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Updated: Feb 28

Raccoons look wonderfully comical. However, they are apparently destructive, possessive, and can be very aggressive. On the other hand, they are also known for their intelligence. There's probably a raccoon behind the bins somewhere reading The Collected Works of Jean-Paul Sartre and stroking its chin thoughtfully.

This next offering in the AnimalTalk series will get its first outing at The Spitalfields Art Market next weekend Fri 30 June - Sun 2nd July (Crispin Place, London E1). I love this market. It is a really buzzing market with a great atmosphere, and I am in company with many talented friendly artists. My stand is also in close proximity to a Crosstown luxury bagel stand.... I think my sensible eating period may be coming to an end.

8"x10" print on luxury art paper with warm white mount, ready for a frame of your choice.

A belated thank you to all at Landmark Art Fair last weekend - the hard working staff, fellow artists, visitors, and all those lovely humans who bought from me.

The only post fair thing I have left to do is go out and wash my car - I had to park it under one of those sticky trees during the event. Half expecting to find two medium-sized children and a cat struggling to free themselves from the bonnet.

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