April 2017


Aril 2017


The town of Beaulieu-sur-Mer is located in the heart of a rare natural site, whose flora and fauna are of exceptional richness, classified “Natura 2000” and in the immediate maritime space “PELAGOS SANCTUARY”, Recognized for the diversity and protection measures of the marine mammals that live in it.
The bay of Beaulieu-sur-Mer attracts celebrities and inspires artists. To preserve its richness and natural beauty, a colossal work is carried out by the local municipality, the local associations and by the setting of the Natura 2000 Network Cap Ferrat.

During his career, he has also exhibited widely in the field of printmaking, typographics, artist books and photography. Exhibitions for example, at the Arts Centre Aberystwyth, Nottingham Castle, Birmingham City Hall, Royal Academy London, Limerick City Hall, Bradford Cartwright Hall, Yorkshire Craft Centre, Zillah Bell Thirsk, Isle of Colonsay and the Bankside Gallery London (National Original Print Exhibition). He had a book of photography published; “Colonsay – Elements of an Island” 2004 (House of Lochar).


He is particularly interested in interpreting Natural History, Landscape and the Environment through his drawing and printmaking (especially intaglio – etching and drypoint).
Here is a recent personal description in response to his current work:
“I am drawn to places that give exhilaration, contemplation & reflection.
Edgelands, waysides, the coastline, the transient effect and fleeting movement of a river or stream’s ceaseless flow with their changing light & mood.
Places that affirm the beauty within the natural world.”