The River Thames near Ham House

The River Thames near Ham House, 2015
watercolour on paper
30 x 40 cm (11.8 x 12.75 inches)

Kew Gardens, early May (2015)

Kew Gardens, early May, 2015
watercolour on paper
229 x 305 mm (9 x 12 inches)

Dresden garden, 01/06/2014

Dresden garden, 01/06/2014. Copic brush pens.

Ham House Garden (2015)

Ham House Garden, 2015
ink pens, watercolour and graphite on paper
208 x 305 mm (8 3/16 x 12 inches)

Vase of flowers with intricate shadows

Vase of flowers with intricate shadows, 2015
ink, watercolour and graphite on paper
356 x 432 mm (14 x 17 inches)

The Latchmere Stream, Ham Common

The Latchmere Stream, Ham Common, 2015
watercolour and ink on paper
278 x 345 mm (11 x 13 9/16 inches)

Double portrait (2015)

Various ink pens and graphite on paper, 01/01/2015

River Wandle, Wandsworth

Various inks and graphite on paper, 21/01/2015

At this point on its journey, the River Wandle, which is a tributary of the River Thames, is canalised. On the right is the remains of the Young's Brewery which has been largely reduced to rubble to make way for a new development of high-rise flats and retail units along a remodelled river bank. At bottom left is part of a small triangular area of public space referred to on redevelopment plans as "unnamed space".