Life has been busy. I'm currently back and forth between two places, I'm setting up a new studio, I've been working my way through a huge list of commissions for months now, and I've just returned from a week long walking holiday in the Peak District. I'm exhausted just thinking about it! The Peak District was, as usual, incredibly beautiful and inspiring. It actually snowed on the day we left, so we drove home through a magical winter wonderland. I took a lot of photos and I'm going to be using them as reference for some new paintings very soon, which I'll be posting here on the blog. I've been busy creating a lot of work over the past few months which I've shared on social media and added to the relevant sections of the website or shop, but I haven't necessarily posted these pieces on the blog. I'm going to start doing that from December, so that this becomes a good record of recent and/or available work that you can easily scroll through to check what's new.
Today, I wanted to share these two new night landscape paintings with you:
The first painting, Night-time in Fen Meadow, was created especially for someone as a commission so the original has already sold, but you can find signed art prints of this piece in my shop. The second painting, Moon Rise, is currently available through Junction Art Gallery in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, UK - you can find more details on my stockists page. This is also available as a signed art print through the shop, and both prints are fast becoming my most popular recent designs! I never tire of painting night landscapes, and I'm looking forward to creating some pieces over the next few months incorporating some new ideas I've had - it will be fun to try a new twist on some old favourites!