Welcome to my website – I update it at least once a week, so you will always find something new to see. On the right hand side of this page you will see thumbnail pictures of the items that I currently have in auction on Ebay – just click on an image for a larger view.
In my online shop you will find original paintings, Limited Edition prints, hand-painted jewellery and other specially selected items. I am in the process of adding my very popular signs, greetings and Christmas cards and stationery to my online shop, so please keep watching! Also, take a look at my Ebay and Etsy shops for a wide variety of prints, comical and informative signs, greetings, Christmas and other special occasion cards. If there is anything you would like to buy, but prefer not to use Ebay or Etsy, please contact me – I can make alternative arrangements. I also have exciting new items for sale in my weekly Ebay auctions.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
I was born in North West London, and after spending most of my childhood drawing and painting animals, moved to Folkestone. I studied at Maidstone College of Art. Home is now a village in between Folkestone and Canterbury, on top of the North Downs in Kent.
Sadly, soon after my precious Devon Rex Wispa passed away, my Siamese Oliver followed in her footsteps. I now share my studio with two adorable kittens – Peaches, my little tortie and white Devon Rex, and my new addition to the family, Leo – a cream tabbypoint Siamese.
This lovely handpainted Oriental Black bag is currently in auction on eBay, along with the Eevon Rex bag, pictured above. Measuring approx. 13 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches with black bound edges and gusset, and PP lined, it would be ideal for small shopping – or using at a cat show!
These lovely and unique designs have been cut to my own patterns, in Siamese and Devon Rex shapes. They will be available as pendants, and brooches. They will also be available personalised, with your own prefix or the cat’s name along the base, where the tucked in legs are. At the moment, I have this red tabby and white Devon Rex brooch, and oriental Cinnamon pendant in auction on eBay.
EMPEROR PENGUIN CHICK PEBBLE
This cute little pebble was a special commission. I made him a little snowy patch for him to stand in, and the mound of snow behind him serves as a stand so that he stands upright. To see more of my pebbles please go to my Handpainted Pebble Gallery.
My new Devon Rex bathroom sign is a must for any Devon owner. It is designed for your bathroom door, but can be stuck onto any flat surface. This sign is printed onto 250 gsm card and laminated. It is now for sale on Ebay and Etsy.
Introducing my ‘on Board’ sign, featuring a group of cats as they go for a drive in their red car. Of course, the copyright watermark is for display purposes only! Along with this sign, I have designed seven more – Siamese, Devon Rex, Birman, English Bull Terrier, Bichon Frise, Dogs and Guinea Pigs.
See my Handpainted Pebble Gallery for some of my favourite pebbles.
This huge and impressive original oil painting on canvas measures 50 x 40 inches, and I am offering it for sale. for more details see my Blog page ‘Tiger Canvas Oil on Canvas For Sale’
This lovely pebble featured a mother owl and her baby, Little Boo, who is cradled, fast asleep, under her wing. Judging by the sleepy look in Mum’s eyes, it has take quite a while for Little Boo to fall asleep! I made a little star-patterned cushion for them to sit on. This pebble recently sold on Ebay.
UNUSUAL HANDPAINTED ITEMS
I have done some quirky artworks in the past, and one of these was this very large, Egyptian-style mirror. She had the piece of MDF cut to size specifically for her bathroom, to be placed above her washbasin. I would have loved to have seen the whole of her Egyptian bathroom!
3 – DIMENSIONAL PAINTINGS
I particularly enjoy doing 3 – dimensional paintings, and this Guinea Pig one sold on Ebay recently. In this one, I have made and painted a separate, vintage-looking price tag, and have attached it with real ‘string’ around the pig’s neck. I have taken a photo at an angle which illustrates this far better than my usual scanned image.