I was born in India in the foothills of the Himalayas and I love mountains. There was also a lake and my first exhibition was titled ‘The Colour of Water’. I rediscovered my joy in art after making my mark at school and then lacking time in a long and fulfilling career:
Fourteen years as a pilot in the RAF; A teacher; A consultant with Ernst & Young as a CPA; A University Associate Professor; A Chief Financial Officer of a public company.
Extensive travels inspired me to appreciate many different styles of art. I work mainly in oils on canvas but sometimes on board or linen. Most of my pictures are landscapes although I have an interest in the profusion of wildflowers in WA. My paintings of these have proved very popular and some have been purchased by institutions as well as private collectors.


I attended the Claremont School of Art over five years and subsequently went on a trip to Italy where I was tutored by a WA artist who had been trained in Florence.


- The Orangery, Exhibition "The Colour of Water" 6 - 11 March 2012.
-Town of Cambridge Boulevard Centre : Public Art Exhibit. 1st- 30th October 2012
-Permanent/changing display in public areas of St. Louis Retirement Estate Village, Claremont
- Single works accepted for joint exhibitions in UK; the University of WA, and The Monet Gallery WA
- Several works exhibited in Arts Australia Gallery, Nedlands, WA


My Australian heroes are Arthur Streeton and McCubbin but in Europe I enjoyed Monet and the Impressionists and also Cannaletto.

Over the last few years I have been inspired by the WA landscape, especially the coast and the Kimberley region.

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