Modified copy - alkyd on boardThis is a copy of the painting by Harold Wood that sits in the entrance of Tramp Club in Piccadilly, London. In the original, the tramp's left arm is missing and the sleeve of his coat is pinned up. However, the clients wanted his arm to be reinstated. This painting now sits in the bar of the new extension to the club.
Series of 7 acrylic on board paintings
No.1 (62.5 x 92.5cm) of 7 for a bar in a London club.
Series of 7 acrylic on board paintingsNo.2 of 7 for a bar in a London club.
Series of 7 acrylic on board paintingsNos.3 & 4 (42.5 x 122.5cm each) of 7 for a bar in a London club. Although disjointed, they connect as a pair.
Series of 7 acrylic on board paintingsNo.5 (42.5 x 52.5cm) of 7 for a bar in a London club.
Series of 7 acrylic on board paintingsNo.6 (42.5 x 122.5cm) of 7 for a bar in a London club.
Series of 7 acrylic on board paintingsNo.7 (42.5 x 52.5cm) of 7 for the a bar in a London club.
Brent River Path - acrylic on paper 49cm x 36cm
Window insert - acrylic on boardThis picture is placed behind an actual small window that was found intact when plaster board was removed from a cottage wall. The scene could have been the original view.
Child portrait - oil on boardWorked from a photograph.
Portrait - oil on boardI had never met this lady because she had been murdered. So this was a tall order to paint her portrait. Her brother gave me some photos to work from and fortunately it was a success.
Great Central Railway locomotive - watercolour
Midland Railway Locomtive - watercolour 45cm x 34cm
Modified copy of Holbein's portrait of Jane Semour - oil on board 90cm x 100cm
Leaping Tiger - oil on canvas 56cm x 65cm
Masks - acrylic on 3 boards each 25 x 100cm3 crackle glazed boards each with 3 trompe l'oeil African masks repeated differently on each board
Masks - acrylic on 3 boards each 25 x 100cmDetail
Welcome - acrylic on canvas 179cm x 147cm
Copy of part of a large pannelled painting by a certain famous artist - acrylic on canvas 122cm x 122cm
Digital photo reconstruction (before)This old damaged wedding photograph was scanned into my computer.
Digital photo reconstruction (after)The missing part of the photograph was painted in digitally. The overall quality was improved and the image was cropped in a vertical elipse to save on the amount of reconstruction needed.
Pricing & Preparation
Short YouTube film of the artist at work