Ooh la la! you can email me, but don’t expect a quick reply, the wifi here is rubbish.
I’ve deliberately not put titles, sizes, medium or prices with the pictures, to encourage people to really look instead of reading the bumph or going “Crikey! That’s cheap!” If you’re particularly taken by a painting and want to own it please email me, with a description, and we’ll take it from there. As a rough guide, the price range is £300 — £1200, mostly in the middle. Usual mediums are acrylic on wood panel with a black wood edge-frame, or gouache, framed and unframed. Sizes for acrylics: mostly 18″ — 24″ square. Nothing over three feet square. Not all of them are for sale — however I DO also have unframed prints for sale of many of the gouaches (Languedoc and India, for instance) and these are very inexpensive. And a great collection of postcards — you can own a tiny work of art for under a quid!
If you click on pics in gallery layouts, they seem to turn into slideshows so you can see each image more clearly. If you like these pics, don’t miss the iPaint Archives page, which has a big collection of paintings from my previous website, ipaint.org.uk, now sadly defunct.