What a wonderful age of development we live in
technological advances have transformed art and prints.
“I have been an artist of some description for as long as I can remember and my first infatuation was with graphite pencil. I still don’t know what attracted me, but I’ve always loved the feel of real paper and felt an almost irresistible need to put pencil to paper.
Coloured pencils have developed beyond recognition in that time and have now become as valuable as any other medium. The vast leaps in colour light fastness and archival ability have given us the means to create works of art of a quality equal to any other medium.
Colours are bright and true and can now last hundreds of years, just like the Old Masters’ works in oil. No longer a second class medium, the correct pencils are very exciting to work with. They require a technique all of their own of course, which must be mastered – and as with all things, continually honed.
If you share my passion for the exquisite details of the beauty of nature, I hope you will enjoy my images.”