Camouflage and mimicry: Commission – Watercolour

I work freelance as a natural history scientific artist and illustrator; creating detailed artworks in traditional techniques using pencil, watercolour, carbon dust, pen and ink, oils; and digital formats include using Illustrator and Photoshop, either for scientific publication texts, commissions or exhibition.

Introduction to Scientific Illustration – 2 day workshop Monday 13th July and Tuesday 14th July 2020

Two days of scientific drawing will be available as either a one or a two day booking. An introduction to Scientific Illustration. Draw detailed illustrations from beautiful natural history specimens within the Life Sciences Museum at the Gordon Museum, Kings College, London.

Booking are now available, please be aware that due to COVID-19 this workshop may be postponed. Please keep an eye on this website or www.maet.org.uk for further details. If you wish to reserve a place, send a message via the contact form.

Barn Swallow Carbon dust Artwork for Sale
Brent Geese in Chichester Harbour
Watercolour painting 70cms x52cms with a set of limited edition prints. These prints were sold to establish the Jean Magarson Fund by the Faculty of Art and Design, Hornsey. An award in memory of Jean to create an annual prize to the most promising first year graphics student.
Virginia creeper: Commission for a house design magazine Watercolour. Sold
Fish skull Pen and ink Sold