Reading associations into rocks, seaweed, barnacles…………
A limited edition linocut based on summer sun in Greenwich Park.
Linoprints made from drawings along the Thames Path travelling East to West.
Flower studies emphasising contrasting colour and design.
Sketchbook pages of Greenwich Park in winter.
Sketchbook drawings made in Greenwich Park and oil painting from observation of a London garden in Spring.
The Thames shore, though rapidly being cleaned up, gives clues to its past uses. Not so much shipping now, so the river shows its broad expanse as it curves to the west at Greenwich.
I am moved by the silence of vacated rooms and hints of the people that were in them.
Grand architecture and reminders of its industrial history flank the Thames at Greenwich. So much has disappeared, but the river goes on in changing light and weather.