I have added six new linocut designs to my online shop.
Brown Hare is one of my most popular linocuts and sold well this year at Norwich Print Fair and at ‘The Natural Eye’ Society of Wildlife Artists exhibition in the Mall Galleries in London.
Ivy Bees (Colletes hederae) are a new species of bee for Britain. They were first recorded in 2001 and in the last couple of years they have spread north, reaching Yorkshire and Lancashire in 2016. There were plenty on ivy flowers in North Norfolk this autumn, which inspired the picture. You can read more about them on the BWARS website.
Halcyon was based on a sketch of a Kingfisher perched on the side of a boat that I made at Wells-next-the-Sea.
First Stirrings of Spring features adders in bracken, sketched on Kelling Heath, North Norfolk, this spring.
The Barn Owl is perching on a church in North Norfolk, which is a good place to see these distinctive and beautiful birds.
Fox Watching is another study of a fox. But who is watching whom?