Next month I'll be holding a little online exhibition.
Some of the paintings have their own stories, here's one about the blackbird's daughter...
The Tale Of The Blackbird's Daughter.
There was once a kind and hard-working carpenter and his wife who lived in the middle of a forest.
Although they were very happy, they longed for a child.
One morning, while feeding the birds by the back door, the carpenter's wife wished for a daughter.
The very next day, a beautiful blue speckled egg dropped down the chimney.
To their astonishment there was a tiny baby inside the broken shell.
As the years passed by, the baby grew into a beautiful young lady.
Every evening, as the sun went down and the forest grew quiet, she would sing the most beautiful song.
And if you saw her in a certain light, you could just see from the corner of your eye, the slightest glimpse of her shadow wings.