Previously exhibited at the Airport Gallery in Edinburgh.
Investigating opportunities for larger scale exhibitions around the region.
It is not always physically possible to produce regular works, especially when your main work is elsewhere. Sometimes the mind is willing or even over active though the body is not! I tend to build up ideas and studies in my head for months at a time then furiously create and produce the scene I have been building up to. When I work, I work quickly. Sometimes I would love to work on a scene for months upon end, just as Joseph Farquharson did, with painting huts around the woods but in reality, I am more of an impressionist, though still striving for some realism. For example, the two most recent larger paintings, "The sunlight breaking thro the shade" and "On the banks of the Feugh near Woodend" both took only 2 nights to complete. I have both patience and impatience!