Happy February

I’m very pleased to be saying hello February and goodbye to January! I’ve not been well for the majority of the month, hence my lack of posts but today I’m definitely feeling better. I noticed some Spring flowers are braving the world, so not much longer to warmer weather!

February is of course valentines month and realising I didn’t have any mention of this on my website, I’ve created a new page: occasions .

Here’s a collection on zazzle too, celebrating love


New Year New Direction

Happy New Year everyone and wishing you a happy and healthy 2018.

New Year CardI mentioned in a previous post that I’ll be working on a new project, so I’m excited about 2018 when I’ll be creating a colouring book and new wall art paintings. This new direction does involve some risk as I’m coming out of the local shop Spangles but will still sell online. I’ll continue to paint large bowls and vases for the National Trust Gallery and add to my Zazzle stores too, as I love designing on their products and the more regularly I work on Zazzle the more sales I get 🙂

Exeter Art week in May is also on the agenda with a plan to launch the colouring book and show my new paintings then. So no hibernating for me!

21st December advent calendar picture

Yay, it’s winter solstice, the shortest day meaning from tomorrow onwards we’ll get more daylight.

Definitely worth celebrating with this image of wine glass reflections!


Towel origami

Some cute dog art for the 19th December, created out of towels!


18th December advent calendar picture

Just one week to go now, so here’s some robins doing a happy dance!



It’s Sunday 17th December, a day to chill if you can! So this red lemur poster is today’s advent calendar picture.

He’s available in my zazzle store and have 50% off posters today too 🙂


11th December 

PaintedCatvase..jpgWith much of the UK covered in snow I decided to have it snowing on my latest cat vase glass painting. We don’t have any snow in Exeter so this is today’s advent calendar picture. It was quite hard to photograph, so you have to look closely to see the snow but I think I’ve got the wintry look!