Friday, 18 September 2020



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Wednesday, 9 September 2020

Feeling the need for solitude!

This morning I did feel the need to escape!

I have just tried to regain my sanity. I have walked 3.5 kms along our quiet and glorious canal. I did sit down and just enjoyed the time going by. I saw a cormoran flying with a fish, I saw a fish jumping out of the water, ducks, seagulls, but the pleasing site was the many swallows arriving, flying over the canal and going over the bushes towards the sea. They are getting ready to catch the next North wind that will take them to their very long journey to Africa...

That's Life!

Oh That Cake!


My latest Watercolour.
This delicious little girl that had spotted a cake in the kitchen!

Saunders Waterford paper
Winsor Newton paint.

Friday, 4 September 2020

The National Acrylic Painters Association 2020 Online exhibition

 Due to the pandemic, the National Acrylic Painters Association (NAPA)

created their 2020 exhibition Online on their website.

I am very proud to have one of my painting exhibited on their page.

This is my work, other beautiful paintings in Acrylic are on display


Thursday, 3 September 2020

Can we go walky?


 At last my first completed picture since the death of my husband.
It is a long road to recovery!
This work is done on Bristol paper with artist coloured pencils

Wednesday, 2 September 2020

How sickening this is!

 When my husband passed away, I was obviously very distressed!

Can you imagine my surprise a few weeks later, I received a phone call from the funeral parlour.

A French man contacted them, asking for my phone number pretending he had worked with me in France!

As he refused to give his name, I told them not to give my number, instead I gave my personal email address.

It was the next day, I realised that when I worked in France, I was in my  early 20s and the men working with me were much older. It would have been impossible for them to want to be in touch with me after 50 years!

I phoned back to the funeral parlour who told me the gentleman was eager as he had rang back the same day to find my phone number. They had given him my email address.

A few weeks passed, nothing came in my mail box and I was relieved!

Then all of a sudden, a French "gentleman", unknown to me, sent me an email requesting one of my painting.

I did find that contacting me at such a distressing time was of very bad taste, but these people try to con artists when they are at their lowest or distracted by life's events.

He is still waiting for an answer and will not receive any. 

I would prefer to burn my painting than sell it to him!


  "Freedom 2021" Acrylic on canvas board I am so happy to have found the mental strength to paint this scenery. I did visit the pl...