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We are delighted to announce that we now have Greetings Cards in the shop. £2 each, postage included in UK. Only available outside the UK as part of a larger order.

Also now in the shop are 5 new downloadable videos, £5 each or all 5 for £20. When you order, you will be sent a link which you can use as many times as you like.

Charlie has been hard at work with his two new books. The first is now available –  “Painting with System 3”      ( Daler Rowney acrylic paints and inks).

And then in April 2022  “Watercolour Rescue” should be published. This book aims to correct common painting mistakes and answer the many questions Charlie has been asked over the years. An invaluable aid for all new and experienced artists.

We have a  selection of original postcard sized paintings here. All £15, post included.

Thank goodness for dogs, as many people will attest, as they live their uncomplicated life asking only for food, walks and cuddles. And toast of course!

Frank and Bert say hello to their fans.

They have decided they like toast and can often be seen on Twitter having brunch.

Watch the video

News September 2022

Its been a really busy year, as ever. I’ve recently just finished a holiday in Hackness Grange which is on the moors / dales near Scarborough. On the first day the weather was a bit dodgy so we painted in doors in the splendid inclement weather room, we painted from a photograph that I took which was only half a mile from the hotel.

The rest of the days, we had fabulous weather. We were able to paint outdoors everyday, not bad for this time of year. 


One of the days, they even closed the road for us (not really) but the road through the village was closed and they let us through, which meant we could setup easels in the middle of the road practically. 


On the last day we stayed in the grounds of the hotel which are just fabulous, I decided to pick just about the most difficult angle of the building. This with me is Sam who’s a bishop in Labrador, Canada, he came all the way just for the painting holiday. He took the photograph and Im sure he’s photoshopped me.

Toast time!

And this is beach time!!



Here are some of Charlie’s recent paintings. All available in the e-shop, as well as many others (click here).