In progress - Loch Tay from Kenmore
Oil on box canvas of waters both in loch and sky from Kenmore bridge
Hannah
Graphite, Colour pencil & gold leaf on Bristol board (Sold)
In progress - Loch Leven sunset
Oil on canvas 60x60cm box canvas
In progress - Loch Earn green water
Oil on canvas
One two one - £80
'One two one'
Acrylic on box Canvas 31 x 31 cm
Mothering artwork capturing the special relationship between a mother and child. Total trust from baby and the ever watchful, loving eye of mother.

I am taken with how the faces fit together like a jigsaw. As the line between the two it becomes part of both forms. One single line to define two people.
Loch Earn water small study £30
Acrylic, silver & copper leaf on canvas, 6x6 inch
Hands that comfort
'Hands that comfort'
Acrylic on Canvas 31 x 31 cm
Mothering artwork capturing the special relationship between a mother and child. Sleeping baby in the arms of Mother. The hands of the mother care for and comfort her baby in so many ways.

I love to study the hands in more detail than the rest of the body as they do more and express so much and yet are often excluded from paintings.
face fit
Acrylic on canvas. painting of special bond between mother and child.
13 August 2015
Hands they hold
'Hands they hold'
Acrylic on Canvas 31 x 31 cm
Mothering artwork capturing a precious moment between a mother and child. Here a sleeping babys hand is being held by her mother.

The hands of the mother care for and comfort her baby in so many ways. I love to study the hands in more detail than the rest of the body as they are the tools for us to express so much and yet are often excluded from paintings.
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Hands that comfort

'Hands that comfort' Acrylic on Canvas 31 x 31 cm Mothering artwork capturing the special relationship between a mother and child. Sleeping baby in the arms of Mother. The hands of the mother care for and comfort her baby in so many ways. I love to study the hands in more detail than the rest of the body as they do more and express so much and yet are often excluded from paintings.