Galleries with my work


Physical galleries used to be the only way to get your work out there but now everything is online and people can find me via Instagram Facebook or Etsy for posters. or even on the auction results websites, I have to say though I still love galleries. They are run by real people in real towns and you can see the work live and talk to the owners and staff and get a sense of what your eyes are telling you. You can't beat it. Near where I live I have been working very closely with The Thomas Henry Gallery in Newlyn which has been a highlight for me as most of my work is local and Newlyn is a favourite. There is also the Market House Gallery In Marazion which is full of the best art in West Cornwall.

16 The Strand Newlyn, Cornwall. TR18 5HH. United Kingdom

Thomas Henry Gallery

Thomas Henry Gallery is just about to celebrate it's 22nd anniversary, during which time we have shown the very best of contemporary and 19t ...

175 High Steet, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, IP15 5AN

Thompsons Gallery Alderburgh

Venue for up to 16 contemporary art shows a year, ranging from one-man to mixed exhibitions. Situatedvin the beautiful Suffolk Town of Alder ...

16 Dundas St, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ

The Scottish Gallery

Established in South St. David Street, Edinburgh by Aitken Dott in 1842 as Gilders, Framers, and Artists’ Colourmen, the firm, as it does t ...

Market Pl, Marazion, Penzance TR17 0AR

Market House Gallery.

The gallery originally opened as Sims Gallery, in 1998, specializing in traditional Newlyn and Modern British. In 2001, the gallery became k ...


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Oil painting is a slow process because you have to wait and be patient when adding layers it is however worth the wait as the finished results are worth it.


Gouache is bright and strong and is great for working out doors for fresh immediate results and is easy to transport and work with and that's why I just I love it


I like to take acrylic painting out with me when I am plain air painting but only occasionally as I now paint mainly in oil. I love acrylic and I also love oil

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