Why We Should Teach Our Children About Unusual Animals

Have you ever heard of an Axolotl? Known as the “walking fish” this almost translucent aquatic creature is actually a salamander that retains its juvenile form with visible gills into adulthood. It’s also the first animal in my Wild ABCs collection of paintings, inspired by my four-month-old son (who’s already growing so fast I wish... Continue Reading →

A Bookdate!

It’s already May, and I’ve already spent the better part of this year turning a series of paintings into a book, a virtual gallery. What started off as just a fleeting idea snowballed, and I’m now wading through 40+ paintings, stacks of notes, proofreading, editing, and trying to put years of thoughts down on paper.... Continue Reading →

Why I Love Watercolours

If I had to choose to only ever paint in one medium again, I'd find myself torn between my two loves, oils and watercolours. It's a pretty 50/50 split in the works that I do, and both mediums have their advantages and disadvantages. Both are notoriously tricky to master, as well. I think for me,... Continue Reading →

Of Attenborough and Art

We've probably all heard about the case of another trophy hunter that mercilessly shot and killed one of Zimbabwe's finest bull elephants. We've probably also heard this week how female sea turtles will soon run out of males to breed with thanks to a warming climate. But this post isn't about that. Why? Because I believe... Continue Reading →

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