Tag for describing Anne's paintings of gardens, closeups of nature such as grasses, animals
Celebrating the beautiful blue eyes of geese.
My favourite painting and dedicated to my love of fence posts and grass snuggling up. The idea evolved from my Central Victorian origins though the motifs occur throughout all lands. Available as a print.
The product of a glorious day spent in the gardens at a painting workshop. All the different greens were a great challenge as was trying to get all the different shaped trees. Available as a print.
Inspired by a photo of some cats on a wall in an Italian village visited whilst travelling in Europe. It was one of my first attempts to render the rich texture found on European buildings and walls. Available as a print.
The product of a Trompe L'Oeil workshop done with Victorian Artist John Lowry. This painting now adorns my kitchen wall. Yes, I’m a “Pies” supporter!
One of three paintings inspired by a visit to the seaside.
A simple painting to enjoy our seagulls which are seen by many people at the beach as a pest out to ruin their day. However, I rather like them especially when they are flying.
Celebrating the beautiful poodle- my first and last painting of this cute and very intelligent dog.