I grew up on the North-east coast of Scotland, a land of far horizons, sea and mountain views, fast-changing light. After some years living and working overseas, I now live in the English Midlands. Far horizons are scarce here. But I’ve learned to find their equivalent in the urban and rural landscapes around me, in the shape of a building, a reflection in the canal, the flight of a bird, patterns in woods and fields, light and shade. Seeing and looking. A far horizon gives you instant perspective. Without it, the perspective has to come from within.
I exhibit regularly in the UK and overseas, and my work is in private and public collections in the UK and internationally.
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