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I have always painted, mainly landscapes, mainly mountain scenes but also coastal scenes, often including figures and other elements to help with scale and sense of place. Strong use of colour and texture have always been a major part of my work. My interests and activities in the fells around my home and further afield are all part and parcel of my paintings. Originals, prints and cards of my work will be available at my studio during C-Art.

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Allerdale

Painting

From the A66 roundabout take the road into Keswick. Follow the road for about 500m, my house is on the right. From Keswick town, head west then turn right up Crosthwaite Road. The house is 4th on the left. Parking for 2 cars.

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