It is International Dark Sky Week 2018 and I am heading out on to Dartmoor after dark to see what I can see. Not only that, I’m also celebrating the beautiful night sky with a new limited run poster print.
Things go wrong sometimes. What is important is how we deal with mistakes and learn from them. That’s what we’re talking about on the blog this week, with a bonus music video and space stories.
Whether it is Benedict Cumberbatch, Basil Rathbone, or Jeremy Brett, we all see a particular face when we picture Sherlock Holmes. In week two of my 2018 challenge, find out more about how I see Sherlock.
Starting my Sherlock Holmes adventure with A Study in Scarlet. The first of 50 illustrations to be completed throughout 2018.
When I saw that Cornwall Hugs Grenfell were looking for local artists to mark six months since the Grenfell Tower fire I was only too pleased to get involved and to help create an image that highlights their messages of solidarity and hope for the future.
Whether you are a local, a holiday-maker, or even a blow-in like me, I am sure you will know and love at least one of these locations.
It is that time of year when I pack up my things and take to the road, off to Christmas craft fares around the region. This year, I am making only a few, select appearances in the run-up to Christmas. So where will I be setting up my stall?
There’s new art in my online gallery. Check it out today for new portraits, posters, and picture book illustrations.
A portrait of a favourite pet, person, or possession makes a unique and special present. Commission a portrait today, or order one of my new gift vouchers.