Stair Poetry Mural

Stair poetry mural

In sliver light, an August moon…

This stair mural is created using Nature Paint from the Greenshop and poetry written for the house by Rob Clucas-Tomlinson. The poem will continue around the house and later, in the garden too.
The painting is based on a honeysuckle design. It took about a week from design to completion.

In silver light, an August moon
On tip-toes
Courts the curved green hills.


Studio Open 23 & 24 August

Art studio open stroud

If you are in town, come along and have a look around

You’re invited to join me for a drink and a look around at my studio on London Road in Stroud. It will be open on Friday 23rd August 6-8pm and again on Saturday morning 10-12. Pop in on your way to the market or after work on Friday.

The studio is around the back of London Road, in the car park near the exit of the Brunel multistorey parking. (Turn in from the Waitrose roundabout).

New work for a project ‘This is my religion’ involving a series of icons is in progress, and I’ve also been working on poetry paintings and a couple of portraits.

Poetry paintings

These are from a new series of paintings based on poetry by Rob Clucas-Tomlinson, (with the exception of the tribute to Emile). Painted in acrylic on bits of wood I found here and there, and varnished in shellac. To be in a show coming soon to Stroud…

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Oop Weep Mwup

Oop Weep Mwup

Oop Weep Mwup

This painting was commissioned as a gift for a lover and owner of guinea pigs.

The language of Guinish and its translation on the painting come from a story about said guinea pig written by Rob Clucas-Tomlinson. So this could be considered a collaboration piece.

if I – a christmas pressie for you all

if I - some poems

if I - some poems

Since we haven’t been able to send Christmas cards this year, here instead is an online gift of a little book of poems. This book is hand made and the drawings are all original as well, no printing! We actually made about 20 copies and now it has gone Virtual.

Read “if I” Here