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Highgrove House

Through recording aspects of my life in sketchbooks I've learnt so much about how I like to draw, paint and what inspires me. I add a lot of written notes to the layouts so that some pages become more like visual journal, each page containing a narrative. 

Drawing humans 'in the wild' is one of my favourite things to do. Homes, gardens and collections of objects also feature a lot in my art which is mostly created in pencil, ink, watercolour and collaged fragments of found paper. Lots of my sketchbooks are handmade using old book covers and a variety of papers which give them a very well worn aesthetic.

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Just to let you know, there is a person out here, one of many I'm sure, who is having just the best time! Thank you for sharing your art, your talent and your teaching is the best. I'm 74, retired this year and was looking for something new to learn. I have done Calligraphy for a long time and always wanted to add color to some of the pieces I work on. Watercolor seemed to be the best fit, however not many in my area want to teach on a beginner level... as luck would have it, I found your site. I went through page after page and in the end, decided it offered exactly what I was looking for and was at my finger tips all the time. Fantastic!'

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