Oil on Canvas Landscape Gallery
My earliest memory is the sunlight on the leaves of the elms in front of our house. Later I was enthralled by Claude-Lorraines, Turners and even Andrew Wyeth’s landscapes. So it’s natural that landscapes were the first things I painted.
The Blue Landscape (1965) and Vision of Troy (1966) are directly from my young imagination.
When I came back to painting after a commercial art career, I was living in a beautiful place full of mature trees. That led to the Loch Alpine Series which makes up much of this gallery. They led in turn to the barn portrait commissions, among my best work.