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, where my work is also held in selected private and public collections.

My work is available to purchase at the Dotty Dog Gallery, Shrewsbury, UK.

I belong to the following groups:

Dudley Society of Artists   

Society of Scottish Artists

Wolverhampton Society of Artists


Black Country urban sketchers

Birmingham urban sketchers

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