Today the bees are enjoying the Rudbeckia. This picture was the result of a trip to the Lost Gardens of Heligan a few years back, I have tried repeatedly to grow them in my garden but without much luck, perhaps I need another visit.
Another page from my little Wren book. There are at least two wrens in the garden, they are usually seen searching for insects in the nooks and crannies of the old stone wall. This one is in watercolour and ink.
Golitha Falls on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, where the young river Fowey runs through the woods.
Seahorses today in watercolour, ink and salt.
Today it is Archie, we named him three years ago when he started coming to the garden to be fed. So his name has nothing to do with a certain baby. He taps on the door to get my attention and then eats sunflower hearts from my hand.
Today it is a watercolour of a robin sitting in a holly bush with ivy growing through it’s branches.
Today it is a wren from a series I did a few years back, this one is in watercolour and ink.
This one is a watercolour and ink of a blackberry bush.
Uni-cycling giraffes of course.
This is Albert or it might be Bathsheba, I can’t tell the difference. It is one of the pair of wood pigeons that walk past my window as I work. I can see them out of the corner of my eye but the moment I look up at them they seem to know and sidle off, trying to look innocent.