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There’ll always be an England

The white cliffs of Dover are an icon for our sense of defending our realm. However in the context of a stormy sea and sky, and made from things that we might or might not want to place our security in – diamonds… flimsy fabric… it felt like a suitably ironic subject to enter into this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, with the theme of ‘Climate’…

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Through an open door

Durdle Door is an iconic landmark, but with the combination of sea and sculpted rock forms in low afternoon light, it’s a also a perfect subject for magazine collage. I particularly like the way that the lines of the composition burst out in something of a fanfare at the point where the rock, sand and sea meet.

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Sunset swimming

This magnificent headland at Mewslade on the Gower glows rich with terracottas and golds as it reflects the setting sun. A perfect backdrop for a swim at the end of a summer’s day. The subtle variation in tone and texture that magazine collage allows, lifts this scene from the mundane to the luxurious.

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Around Upavon

This commission of the landscape around Upavon, Salisbury Plain, entailed working at a huge size – over 1 meter wide. The result plays on the rich detail inherent in the medium to draw you into the picture.

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