Lithographs (2011 - present day)

In the mid 1990's, after a three month residency on the Falkland Islands, my prints became much more minimal.   I feel sure that the vast open space of the Falklands is somewhere behind these pictures, but then so too is the landscape of east Cumbria where I live and work.   On overcast days the powerful presence of Cross Fell diminishes and birds and trees take on a greater significance.   The many thousands of thorn trees are truly wonderful in their great variety of shapes and sizes - some gnarled and bent by the elements and others with seemingly charmed lives.

Climb (viii)
Climb (vii)
Wanderer (iii)
Wanderer (ii)
Island (Barque)
Over the Fence
To the Top
Fellside (ii)
Outcrop (ii)
Outcrop
View Finder
Stepping Stones
Skein (viii)
Skein (vii)
Climb (vi)
Climb (v)
Climb (iv)
Climb (iii)
Climb (ii)
Goatherd
Along the Fence
Vernal Pool
Off the Fence
Power Lines
Goatherd (ii)
Murmur
Still on the Fence
Take Wing
Take Wing (2nd state)
View Point
Climb
Incident #8
Incident #3