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King’s College Hospital

This postcard was commissioned by The Friends of King’s College Hospital and is sold exclusively at The Friends Giftshop in Hambleden Wing. It depicts the wealth of classic and modern architecture as well as highlighting the great history of this famous hospital. The Friend’s of King’s is a Charity and all proceeds from these postcards go towards raising funds for the hospital.  

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Wedding Invitation Artwork

There have recent requests for some of my artwork to be used for Wedding Invitations and Order of Service.The first is the “Bridge at Richmond upon Thames” pen, ink & wash. The second is of “St Mary’s Church, Teddington”, also pen, ink & wash.  

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Super Moon 2011

I thought I’d send this image of the moon into the  ”Kingston Informer.” The photo was taken last Saturday (11th March), as it was on an orbit nearest to the Earth and looked fantastic! The image was taken from one of the bedroom windows at our home in New Malden. The image was enlarged in Photoshop to get as much detail of the lunar surface as possible. Luckily for me, it got published!!  

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Twickenham Stadium (A4 Version)

The “Twickenham Stadium” open edition fine art Giclee prints are now available in an A4 size format, from this website or at Each one comes mounted, in an A4 black aluminium black gloss frame, with Perspex safety glazing, and ready to hang or free standing. Alternatively, it can be supplied with just a single mount, so that you can choose any A4 format picture frame available at retail outlets. I have also added a list of all the teams that are represented within the overall image as well as my statement of what I wanted to achieve with this picture. The teams represented are as follows: Argentina, Australia, Barbarians, Bath, Bristol, Cambridge, Canada, Cardiff, Castres, Edinburgh, England, Fiji, France, Gloucester, Harlequins, Ireland,...

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Camberwell, London - SE5 New Postcards

Southwark News recently published an article featuring our two new postcard designs of Camberwell. This has proved a bonus to us in publicising these cards throughout the area. So a big “Thank you!” The cards were conceived by Richard Evans a long time friend and a resident of Camberwell for many years and who researched the area for locations shown here.   The first is the multi image version, highlighting a cross section of wonderful architecture both old and new, around great areas of parkland. The second, being of Camberwell Green itself. Permission was granted from the Camberwell Surgery to photograph from their roof, so as to get a sense of scale of the Green itself, and to make the most of the trees and...

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