Wallpaper


APRIL

This work was inspired by the style of the French artist Odilon Redon

BAROADA

Inspired by and based on Indian interlocking scrolls and stylised flower designs used in various carpets rugs and dress fabrics.

CUBIT

Rusting panels in a small back street garage looked strangely enticing and proved to be the source for this design.

FREYA

Looking at a rich floral garden through a bottle bottom glass door would describe how this design came to fruition.

GEM

An stunning herbaceous border in full flower at Arley Hall in Cheshire simply had to be captured in a painted artwork.

HESTER

Large free styled floral, painted with large size brushes in acrylic.

KASHMIR

This intricate interlocking styled design was influenced by Indian and Persian carpet designs from the Mughal era.

LA VIDA LOCA

Inspired by patchwork quilts a large design with a mix of different florals, stylised leaves, geometric pattens and an Ikat which are unevenly interlocked.

MACAW

In a lodge hotel in the Amazon Rainforest They kept 10 rescued Macaws, they looked incredible and were the inspiration behind this design.

MAHARAJA

An Indian styled hunting scene, inspired by holidaying in Sri Lanka.

MANAUS

You hear but just catch glimpses of the Squirrel Monkeys, the only time you see them is in the Indian villages where they keep them as pets.

MESSINA

A beautiful summers afternoon spent in a friends rose garden in Croft Cheshire were the inspiration here, this design captures the essence of that afternoon perfectly.

ORINOCO

The lodge hotel in the Amazon is several meters high on stilts due to the dramatic flooding of the river which gives a rear view of the rain forest canopy.

PASHMINA

Pashmina was inspired by rugs and carpet designs from Persia and India, it is in a patchwork format painted to look worn and distressed.

PEONY

Inspired by a large vase of Peonies seen in a soft evening light.

RAJ

An Indian styled hunting scene, Inspired by two holidays to Sri Lanka Painted in rich colours.

TOPAZ

The textures of a tree trunk caught in a bright ray of sunshine were the inspiration behind this beauty.

ZANZIBAR

An Ikat style design based on Ikat designs from the Indus Valley was created using a painting knife, giving a free dramatic effect enriched by the velvet.