click image to open x-ray chillies is a good companion for chives to go in a favoured spot in the kitchen. As a pair of small acrylics they create a great feature and won't break the bank. Perhaps the chef deserves a treat.
Here's another one for the chef in your life. The tube shaped leaf form presents well under x-ray, and contrasts nicely with the x-ray 3 chillies
x-ray mole paw
Click image to open X-ray of mole paw showing evolution of sixth digit. I am told that the mole developed an extra thumb in order to become a more efficient digger. Featured on BBC TV twice.
x-ray tenor horn
Here's one for the musical member of the family. It's my rather battered tenor horn, looking good as a desktop acrylic. Comes with a discrete stand, and packed ready to send on to a deserving recipient. I'm sure it won't have escaped your notice that the mouthpiece has gone astray. Never did find it.
x-ray honesty red
Generously toned with a gorgeous red, this is one that harks back to childhood days, seeing the seeds through the seed cases before they are given up.
x-ray fern blu
Cracking little acrylic panel. Colours really 'pop'. Looks really 'cool' (in a real sense) in a white room. (or atop a white piano)
x-ray gold eggs
Just some broken egg shells, but gaining ground among my customers. Generally sold as a small/medium sized acrylic panel, but recently took an order for a 48" canvas to go on the gable end of a farmhouse kitchen wall. Gallery visitors tell me it looks backlit.
The humble fallen leaf. This image came about following a stroll through local woodland early autumn. Agency used this picture to decorate a full wall in a US boutique restaurant
x-ray Harley gold
Any fellow motorcycle enthusiasts out there. Here's one for you. It's an x-ray of an early model Harley built for military service. Hawk eyed will see fuel pipes, HT leads, and a rifle in handlebar mounted holster.
X-ray card selection
Set of five of my favourite original x-ray designs in greetings card format.
CT sketch Nel.
Wonderful Nel. Lovely girl. The following images are of some friends who have visited my sketch pad. I like to work with ink, generally black, but occasionally add colour when demanded.
CT Sketch Patience
One of a group of three spaniels, each important to the family. This sad youngster seems to be wondering "will anybody take me out?"