Why have so many capable swimmers never swum round the Pier, and why did it take me four or five years of swimming at Clevedon before I did?
How To Walk On Shingle: Some work in progress and sketches
Sketches of Mary for the picture “How To Walk On Shingle”
How To Walk On Shingle
There is an art to the mere act of walking. It takes skill and practice. We learn to walk at … More
“Aqueous Interruptus” I was late down to the lake the other day, which can be unwise because certain members of … More
The Day we Dived off Portishead Pier
Up the coast from the beautiful Clevedon Pier – a regular feature of my drawings – is another pier. This … More
50 Years on: the Next Leg of his Journey
In August last year a message appeared on Facebook from a lady called Martina, asking could I paint a commission … More
Big Rocks, Little Rocks, Sand.
A picture about the Size of Things at Seaton Beach At Seaton with Melanie, in the middle of October, we … More
The 2023 Calendar:
“Long Swims …and short dips” 2023 calendars are for sale – available to buy from Etsy now. My apologies for … More
In a day of much weather I walked up the steep path to Scales Tarn, which lies in the arms … More
Exhibition of artwork by Nancy Farmer and Sophie GalliersIlminster Arts Centre 9th Aug – 3rd Sept 2022 It’s been while … More