Local Seascape

Spring in Papamoa has brought us lots and lots of rain, many cloudy days and few sunny ones. These cloudy overcast days with a barely a breath of wind and virtually no swell create an inspiring sea; the whitewash and foam look whiter than white, the sea takes on a...
Water at you feet Seascape

Water at you feet Seascape

This painting is inspired by walking the dog on our local Papamoa Beach in the evenings. We’re in the middle of spring and it’s four seasons in one day all the time, but it makes for really interesting skies! I love it when the whitewash looks whiter than...
Something different – Africa

Something different – Africa

Here’s something completely different, this is a scene from a road/track in the Moremi National Park, Botswana, which is part of the Okavango Delta. We were aimlessly driving these dirt tracks a couple of months ago on a self-drive Safari which started in...
Mount Base track, crashing sea study

Mount Base track, crashing sea study

Checking in with my latest seascape, a 30 X 18″ crashing wave study. I got a load of great pics last week. It’s such a beautiful track right on our doorstep that see’s thousands of visitors every year, I wonder how many of them are studying the...
Cyclone Cook Storm, May 17 Papamoa

Cyclone Cook Storm, May 17 Papamoa

Working on my third Wave painting in a row, it’s not finished but getting closer. This wave was during Cyclone Cook back in May on Papamoa Beach. You know I quietly worked away at learning to paint the sea for a few years before I showed anyone a Seascape (the...