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  • This painting represents the cycle of life, from youth to maturity. The clock on the top left hand corner reminds the viewer of their mortality. It is inspired by the Dutch Vanitas Paintings. Medium: Oils on canvas board Size: Framed - 58 cm x 69 cm
  • This painting represents the cycle of life, from youth to maturity. It is a variation of a larger painting also called Seasons of Life and  is inspired by the Dutch Vanitas Paintings. Medium: Oils on paper Size: Framed - 36 cm x 44 cm
  • This painting captures people enjoying a stroll along the Embankment in an early autumn day. Medium: Oils and some acrylic Size: Framed 34 cm x 29cm
  • This scene shows Piccadilly in the morning. The figures represent the early morning worker, a couple from the previous night, shoppers and tourists. Medium: Acrylic Size: Framed: 40 cm x 29 cm
  • This picture captures Londoners going home along the Embankment. These are the early days of autumn, and people enjoy the last days of warm bright skies in between the short spurts of rain before winter sets in. Medium: Acrylic Size: 37 cm x  32 cm
  • This image depicts a lovely crisp and magical Christmas evening in Northern Scandinavia.  The building is traditionally wooden, though modernised within.  These buildings are typical across the region in an effort to preserve the heritage, antiquity, and fairy-tale atmosphere that charms all those who visit. Here I capture the warmth of the homes, lives and  people that live within, in this beautiful part of the world. Medium: Colour Pencils Size: Framed 62 cm x 52.5 cm
  • This painting is inspired by masterpieces and Disney cartoons. It symbolises the changing history of Britain as it departs from the EU and has to face a new reality for its people and economy. Medium: Oil Size: Framed: 39 cm x 31 cm
  • This painting was made during the early and formative years of my career as an artist when I was creating my own style and voice. It is a study for a future painting. It is an based on the work by Larsson. Although it is an interpretation, I have made some changes to the composition and details in an effort to bring my voice into the image. The changes made are to the dress, flowers, table, window and pattern on the wall. Therefore it is not a direct reproduction.  It represents a domestic scene in a Scandinavian home. The mother is looking after her flowers. She is followed by her little boy who helps her. This is a window into the importance of family life and nurturing of children during their early years in Scandinavia. Medium: Colour pencils Size: Framed - 43 cm x 45 cm
  • Medium: Pen and Ink Size: Framed: 44 cm x 54 cm
  • Monsoon Rains depicts the heavy rains that shower India.  They cool the people from the overwhelming heat and nourish the luscious greenery. It shows two palm trees in silhouette by the beach.  It was painted with small brushes and resembles a black and white photograph. Medium: Oils Framed Size: 20cm x 15cm Image Size: 12.5cm x 8.5cm  
  • This image depicts a rainy late afternoon on the eve of WWII. Two policeman dressed in the uniforms of the time patrol and  are in deep discussion on what is to come. Medium: Oils Framed Size: 20cm x 15cm Image Size: 12.5cm x 8.5cm  
  • Solitaire depicts a lovely tree against a sunset. It is painted with small brushes and resembles a black and white photograph. Medium: Oils Framed Size: 24cm x 21cm Image Size: 11cm x 8cm  
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    This picture captures the thunderous power of nature.  It is based on my imagination and observations. The image reminds man of their mortality and the promise of eternity. It is inspired by the work of the German Romantic art movement. Medium: Oils Size: Framed 45 cm x 43 cm
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    This painting was made during the early and formative years of my career as an artist. I was creating my own style and voice by learning from the masters.  Heavenly Harbour is a sketch and a study for a future painting. It is inspired by and adapted from the work of Italian Masters and artists such as Kim, in terms of composition and features. However it is my own creative message by transforming some of the composition and added elements. It represents an imagined a paradise and utopia along the Adriatic Coast of Italy and Croatia. It has several symbols to convey the message. The Christian elements are conveyed in the Dove that symbolises the spirit or Christ, the electricity pole is shaped as a cross, the children embracing each other symbolise unconditional love and protection for your family and for humanity. The number 7 by the door  is the sabbath or the day of rest which is emphasised by the parked bicycle and a couple in a boat admiring and contemplating the flowers. Medium: Oils Size: unframed canvas board - 49 cm x 59 cm
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    This painting was made during the early and formative years of my career as an artist. I was creating my own style and voice by learning from the masters. Playing the Blues is a sketch and a study for a future painting. It is inspired by and adapted from the work of masters such as MacCraid and Blanchard, in terms of composition and features. However it is my own creative message by transforming some of the composition, features, and the addition of elements. It represents an imagined  romantic, but also a realistic scene as a musician plays the blues along London's Embankment. He is one of the countless musicians that add life, vibrancy, joy and colour to this part of a London. Medium: Acrylic Size: Framed - 43 cm x 45 cm
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