It’s been a busy few months. First, I decided to write a ‘How-to’ book, my first excursion into non-fiction writing. I’m an artist as well as an author, so writing a book about painting watercolour seascapes seemed like a good idea at the time. It has been a steep learning curve – six demonstrations, each … More Busy, busy
After a month or two not sure what I was going to write after publishing my historical novel, Kindred and Affinity, http://mybook.to/KindredandAffinity or even if I was going to write another book, I find myself with two works in progress. The first is an instructional book about painting watercolour seascapes – having been painting the … More Works in progress – painting seascapes and the ‘white slaves’ of Victorian England .
This watercolour was inspired by an early morning walk to a little patch of common ground near where I live. The teasels were silhouetted against the sky and bushes, and the twittering of long-tailed tits betrayed their presence as they flitted from bush to bush. I look out for them every spring as they move … More Long-tailed tits on teasels
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Morning Light, Newgale – Ruth Coulson After storm Ophelia hit West Wales, I went for a walk on the beach. The council were out with their diggers putting the beach back on the beach instead of it being two feet thick across the road. Large pebbles still lay where they’d been flung across the car … More Entropy, gravity, perpetual motion, and patterns in the sand.