Painting at the Talbot Inn Newnham Bridge

Every week or so my good friend Tom and I choose a place to paint. Today we found a little hidden gem near Tenbury Wells called Newnham Bridge and decided to base ourselves at the beautiful Talbot Inn, an amazing refurbished gothic building offering amazing food and rooms if you want to stay longer. We arrived at 10am to have a initially fresh coffee before painting and were greeted at the door by the staff asking us about our painting which was delightful. We ventured out around the bridleways and footpaths, stunning landscapes, red clay fields, distant hills. We set up firstly looking West, later heading up to the highest point looking down towards the Talbot. After painting we headed back to warm up over a coffee and delicious meal, also having a chat with the owner of the Inn Ian who gave us local information for our next visit, a great day.

On the way home we stopped off to paint Worcester (see below), was a little grey but managed to find a great view next to the river.

Painting with the new Open box m Easel

Tom high up on the Newnham Bridge Hills

Talbot Inn Newham Bridge

Painting Worcester


1st trip out painting the Geopark Way in Gloucester

A great day out in Gloucester painting a section of the GeoPark Way near to point number 83.
It was the very first day it actually felt warm. A great relaxing work from gloucester docks to the path along the river.

Paintings will be on show throughout the year at http://wyche-innovation.com/index.php/cafe-h2o


Geo Park Way Centre Cafe

I'm delighted to have been asked to show a permanent collection of my work at the new Geo Park Way Cafe which will be opening soon in Malvern. The Cafe is going to be the ideal place in Malvern for walkers to have a pit stop and recharge.

I will be painting the Geo Park way this summer and posting to a dedicated blog. Keep posted on this blog for more information. All paintings will be on show in the Cafe over time.

If you are passing please drop in and check out my work thats on display, any questions please ask a member of staff or drop me an email.

Opening up to more people

The web is most certainly changing the way buyers purchase paintings, selling on the web gives you far more viewers for your work.

For this reason I am now listing on the beautifully designed Esty online store.

I'll be just selling my larger paintings in Local galleries or from the Studio along with a few pop up shows around the area.

Please visit the my online shop below and any questions always feel free to ask.