I would like this be a place to discuss all things watercolour, from various techniques and approaches to equipment. I welcome your comments on my own work but would also encourage others to post their own work for comment and/or advice.

I look forward to hearing from you.


3 thoughts on “Purpose

  1. Keith –

    Coincidentally I see that you have just landed in Chicago!

    Can you give me some information on your comissioned pieces, such as cost? Looking for a house portrait of a dear friends 17th century country home in Upstate New York. Thank you…

    Best regards,


    1. Hi Tanya
      Sorry to disappoint you, but the Feedjit widget just shows the location of everyone who lands on my blog; it’s you who is in Chicago, not me! I’m still firmly rooted in the UK I’m afraid. But I’m always happy to accept commissions and although I prefer to make a site visit and paint on the spot, I’m guessing the cost would be prohibitive in this instance…

      A 12×16″ watercolour from a photograph would cost around 500USD + shipping. The house sounds lovely. Please let me know if you would like to take it further and thanks for your interest.

      Best regards



  2. I am writing to you from Canada to both compliment you on your website and work. As well ask if you have any information on a local artist William Genge? My search for him began with a painting I acquired titled “Cottages- Ayot St. Lawrence”, which lead me to your website. The painting is of the same cottage as in your watercolour,
    along with a gentleman looking at the house from across the street. Any information would be greatly appreciated!


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