• Dock Weed

    £480.00
    An unremarkable weed, but I find it interesting. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Eucalyptus

    £480.00
    I love the leaves of this tree, heart shaped discs strung on to a single stem. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Euphorbia

    £480.00
    This is one of my favourite plants and figures quite frequently on my vases but in a more simplified form than in this drawing. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Gum Tree

    £480.00
    I love Australian plants with their bold shapes. This treatment is less naturalistic than my other drawings, but I loved the pattern making on the leaves. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Hogweed 1

    £480.00
    An exceptionally beautiful but poisonous plant, their branching flower heads following a strict mathematical sequence. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Hogweed 2

    £480.00
    Another treatment of this plant, this time from a different viewpoint. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Honesty

    £480.00
    A favourite subject for me both as a drawing and on my ceramics. I love playing with the transparency and sinuous line of this plant. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Hydrangea

    £350.00
    As with the Honesty, I like this plant when its dried and in a state of decay. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Whenever I try to grow this plant it always succumbs to blackfly, so I made this drawing instead. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Peapods

    £480.00
    Another plant study in line. This drawing is like a time lapse drawing of a peapod plant from the fresh green pods to their dried-out husks. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • An early study, harking back to a botanical illustrative style. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.
  • Sea Kale

    £480.00
    This is a plant indigenous to the shingle beaches of the south coast of England, a hardy succulent type plant which blooms in Spring and leaves these great seed heads in Autumn. The drawings are all drawn in black ink on A3 Archival paper.

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