Welcome to my gallery! Shown in order of date created, this gallery features my most recent sketches, drawings and paintings. If you see something here not available in store and would like it, please get in touch
Painted in watercolours and oils, and finished with 24k gold foil
I've seen and read a lot about The Green Man and felt inspired to create my own rendition of him. I took the opportunity here to really push myself and my understanding of light and dark and to invoke more mystery in who he is and his power. Find out more about how this piece was made - visit my ArtStation page to see the progress shots. This is available as a print, visit the shop to find out more.
Inspired by Summer and the Greek Goddess of Creation. This is available as a print, visit the shop to find out more.
My first attempt at experimented with story telling in digital imagery. I originally drew the faery in 2006 but it wasn't until 2017 that I gave him a home in the mystical woods. I wonder myself where this is and what that orb is meant to do. Check out the progress shots in the link below.
This was an exercise is being loose, focussing on texture and colour. Rather then smoothly rendering every detail, I wanted the strokes to show and wasn't too focussed on capturing perfect detail.
I can't be a fantasy artist if I haven't painted a princess. I was inspired by Spring and Easter as well with this choice. Painted digitally in Photoshop. Want to see the progress shots? Visit my ArtStation page. This is available as a print, visit the shop to find out more.
Watercolour paint and watercolour pencil on hot press watercolour paper
This is a redo of the same piece painted previously on canvas. I wasn't quite satisfied first time around but I'm pleased with the final outcome. Digitally painted in Photoshop. This is available as a print, visit the shop to find out more.
This was a great challenge for me to improve on my anatomical skills and rendering light on skin. Peter Mohrbacher is one of my favourite artists and greatly inspired me in this project. This is available as a print, visit the shop to find out more.
Gouache watercolour on 300gsm hot pressed watercolour paper. Line work done in black.
I was inspired to practice creating luminescent, glowing colours. What better to do that than with sea creatures and glow-in-the-dark mushrooms. I had a lot of fun with this and it was fun to take a break from the darker themes I normally follow. Check out the progress shots in the link below.