I graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1971.

I live and work in a village near Glasgow.

My work is a collection of marks influenced by objects, words, music, locations and events experienced.
Mostly viewed from a mind’s eye perspective, the work evolves from my reaction to a particular experience at a particular time.

The label, “Still Life”, has been applied to my work. I think of a still life as a deliberate placing of a set of artifacts to be recorded as arranged in view. I don’t think of my work as still life. Neil Astley of Bloodaxe Books remarked that I had, “Reinvented the still life” and certainly elements of still life occur in the work. Flowers are often involved. I really enjoy painting flowers.

It’s personal. In my mind I make stories, the viewer may find their own interpretation.

Basically, I paint.

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