Today, wildlife is still my main focus, while the colour and brushstrokes seem to be growing wilder every year.
These works are a celebration of art, of colour, of tradition, of the relationship we have with wildlife and ultimately our own wild nature.
It’s very important to me that you connect with the art, and I spend quite a bit of time working on the eyes of the animal being painted. A lifetime of practice and study has been devoted to that look. There’s a deep, mysterious, emotion there-I hope you feel it too.