Poem by John Birch
A personal painting by Pat Yallup
Can you read my face?
A little piece of me
The Power of Thought and Prayer…
Meet me my love beneath evenings golden veil…
Inspired by the Creator. Includes Poem by John Birch.
Approaching the Wye Valley
View of Llandogo from The Hudnells
At Dunlop Masters
Golf Tournament St Pierre Golf Course
1987 Dunlop Masters St Pierre Golf Course
Road to the Valley
Links South Africa
Lions South Africa By Moira MacDonald
Tintern Abbey From Devils Pulpit
A Very Hot Summers Day I Painted the Haze.
South African Elephant
The Expression I saw of Envy and greed.
The young Redwoods stood tall but were threatened by the forest felling.
Psalm 67 v 1 – God be merciful unto us and bless us….
Luke 24 v 45 “Father into thy hand I commend my spirit”
Majestic Chepstow Castle
Coloured leaves and the Nov 5th Fireworks
The dilemma of terminating a life
The atmosphere I tried to capture.
An Exaggeration of the village after the plague
An exaggeration to show its authority.
Poem which urges the following of regimes.
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
I feel guided by those who have gone before.
Inspired from a speech “Shakespeare”
The promise of a partnership of mutual help.
The sound of an African playing his flute and jogging in rhythm.
The scene on Apartheid 1957.
Indians Dance in hope for better times and rain.
I still believe
From poem ” Bring me Home”
Serenity, after the day is done.
The cowardly act of overcoming the weak to resist
False in every way to be in fashion
From a poem “It wasn’t me”
The colour drains from his face as he realises he has been found out.
Britain and the aftermath of world war 2
Portrait of Deception Two Faced
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