Free spirit gallop LRawesome modern living room table lamps with white desk lights id



Original artwork. Acrylic on canvas  40X30cm.

 Created 2017

Mars Gallop was inspired by the beauty of horses and calming effect of watching them galloping in countless films and documentaries. In this work I combined their majestic splendour in a fairytale environment along with red, one of my favourite colours.

I have chosen this work along with Free Spirit to be included in the special purchase selection to go separate or as a pair or individually as I would like them to be on display bringing joy to a  new owner and their surroundings.


Highlander LR1 HIGHLAND



Original artwork. Acrylic on canvas 26x26Inch.

Created 2020 This year started on a back foot, world wide with what now is the world pandemic and the halt of the business world as we know it to complete shut down and was the inspiration for this piece.

The first painting tittle the Highland Moo was very popular, so I have decided to include Angus and Highlander in the Special purchase selection to brighten up someone’s happy home.

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Artists are currently struggling without exhibitions and the chance to physically show our works because of COVID 19

MANGO TREE WISDOMI hope no-one is offended by the timing of this but artists like me are going to struggle without exhibitions and the chance to physically show our works because of COVID 19.

I am a self taught painter whose journey began when I landed in prison just as I was achieving recognition through my photographic work. In November 2018, I was a finalist for the Newcomer category of the Global Arts Awards Dubai, and in 2019 listed as an artist in the International Auction house database. My story is about the power art has to heal and transform people’s lives in the darkest times.

So, for four weeks I am offering some of my favourite original artwork at the lowest price I have ever sold at. It gives me space for new art and supplies for the body and soul to keep me working through the pandemic. I also hope it gives more of you the chance to own and enjoy my original work and who knows, you may become a collector! Click here to view the full collection or for full portfolio and story.

I had the experience of being locked up so not new to me but now I have the added luxury of my beautiful Bella this time around to help keep me sane.

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The one thing that we must learn from the current situation as I did through my experience is that life is full of surprises and we can’t predict the future, so it is important to learn not to take everything for granted. When control is taken away from us, it leads to stress and depression. I learned that you can regain that control through self analysing, looking deep into what makes you unhappy, using art to illustrate by drawing, painting or writing each of those traumatic thoughts or situations in your life to process them on to the memory section of your mind and alleviate the trauma and bringing calm to one’s soul.

A good way to find happiness and distract one self, by doing things you love and exploring new things.

As well as painting I’m also writing a series of articles on how I coped during my incarceration in the hope that my experience may offer some tips to help people during the current crisis and you can follow and interact with me here on in my blog.

As always stay safe and well.


Mango Tree Wisdom




Original artwork. Acrylic on Canvas 81x56cm.

Created 2017

This piece I created from a childhood memory I have, of my great gran back in Colombia and a mango tree that existed at the back of the farmhouse in Bolivar, where my gran and family would go to visit. Every time we went there my aunt and I would go and feast from the enormous mangoes that would simply fall off the tree until we could eat no more. I have very fond memories of those days and my great gran, so decided to paint that memory forty-two years later. It is a precious snapshot in my mind of a moment between my great gran and me.

I was over the moon when I managed to trace a relative and got a photo of the tree sent to me after I had finished the painting and happy to see the similarity of the happy mango tree which you can see in the photo.

I think these precious moments echo in all of us, especially when we are parted, and it would be great to find a new home for this work. That is why I have selected it for the special purchase selection.

If you have any questions, please contact me direct by calling UK +44(0)7852666177 or  by filling in  the  contact  form  in  the menu bar at my site.


Loving Amy. I am happy to have completed and share my latest painting, a tribute to the talented Amy Winehouse. Her sadly short lived live inspired me to paint her and keep her memory alive.