1. Inspiration: Leo
    Oil on canvas One of a series of abstract paintings inspired by great masters. This piece analyses compositional elements of Leonardo da Vinci’s Adoration of the Maji, and re-imagines it as an abstract painting. Unframed 67cms x 67 cms  
  • 30cm x 30cm Oil painting on board 'Sri Lankan Jungle is an Oil painting painted directly onto mdf board. Created from Beverley's recent visit to the beautiful and breathtaking island of Sri Lanka.
  • Chalk pastel on paper

    One of several pastel landscapes focussing around my home in the Ribble Valley and one of my favourite places, Anglesey. Anglesey also features in a series of small oil painting painted in situ.

    Framed 51cms x 69cms

  • Oil on Calico One of a series of abstract pieces derived from Euclidian mathematics and philosophical considerations of life experience. Heavily applied oil paint describes a parabola and incorporates text as well as hinted figures. All the work in this series is painted on meticulously prepared calico which is lightly primed and sanded smooth to allow the paint to glide. Unframed 97cms x 61cms
  • This unique large landscape painting would make a wonderful signature artwork over a fireplace or in a hallway, enhancing any home….the vivid colours brilliantly capture the Ribble Valley in spring. Details: 100 x 100cm original oil painting on deep canvas.
  • This original acrylic seascape painting, stunningly depicts the view towards the iconic Ty Coch Inn on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula, Wales. It was painted ”en plein air“ in striking expressionist colours on a clear blue October day, and truly captures the beauty of the North Wales coastline.
  • Oil paint on board One of a number of paintings which are very reflective, featuring tranquil and sensitive motifs around gardens and woodlands, all painted with this characteristic gentle boldness. Unframed – 31 cms x 44cms
  • Oil paint on board Julie paints the places she loves. Many are set in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and demonstrate a sublime understanding of sea and sky. This is one of several paintings illustrating Julie’s love of the Ribble Valley. Sheep have featured in several pieces, painted from her many photographs of her walks in the area. Framed 56 cms x 43cms (unframed size 48cms x 35cms)
  • Oil on calico Heavily applied oil paint and vivid colours accentuate the drama and majesty of the hill which dominates our skyline. A bright and highly textured painting of the iconic Pendle Hill, whose colours are ever changing.  This piece is painted on meticulously prepared calico which is lightly primed and sanded smooth to allow the paint to glide. Unframed  100cms x 70cms
  • Oil  on canvas. This painting features a view over the rooftops of Clitheroe in Julie’s characteristic subtle style. Unframed  35cms x 46cms
  • Ink on Paper Much of Keith’s work incorporates text, especially Haiku poetry. He also has a real thing for herons. The two come together here, portraying the scruffy grace of the hunting heron in energetic brush and pen work
  • Oil on Calico This series includes some monochrome blue paintings. All the work in this series is painted on meticulously prepared calico which is lightly primed and sanded smooth to allow the paint to glide. The focus is therefore on the light and dark, although the red underpainting brings warmth through the image. Unframed 61cms x 61cms