Sycamore Gap on Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland was voted Tree of the Year this week by a public vote for the nations best loved tree, organised by The Woodland Trust. The winning tree will now receive a grant of £1000 for some “Tree LC” and will compete against trees from all over the Continent for the … Read more
I know that the paintings I have done have raised thousands of pounds through being reproduced as Christmas cards.
Earlier this year I was approached by the charity The Cyrenians based in Newcastle who work with vulnerable, disadvantaged and homeless people. Sian Thomas, their marketing administrator, asked if they could use some of my paintings as Charity Christmas Cards to help raise money for the charity which has been going for over 40 years. Over … Read more
Marie Curie My first Christmas Card was back in 1992 for the Charity Marie Curie Since then I have regularly painted a scene of the North East to raise money for a local charity. My new Christmas Card for 2011 “Grey Street in the Snow” is on the cover of my Christmas Exhibition Invitation. It is … Read more