All my prints are digitally printed on recycled paper.
Dimensions listed are for the artwork print and mount, unless otherwise stated.
The mounts are signed and include print edition numbers where relevant.
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This print is part of a limited edition of 50 of the piece ‘Beach' created by the artist in 2023.
This piece was inspired by the textures and colours of a British beach, the crashing waves, the rocks and the sand. The piece was created using Bobbie’s signature layering technique and she loves both the areas of distinct colour and the areas where the colours have blended representing when the waves hit the sand.
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42 x 30cm (WxH)
This print is part of a limited edition of 50 of the piece Yellow Iris created by the artist in 2022.
This work was inspired by the colours in the yellow irises which pop up every year by the pond in Bobbie’s garden. The irises flower at a time when the garden is in full bloom with greenery everywhere. Bobbie wanted to used the contrast of the bold bright yellow with the subtle garden greens while creating the effect of pond ripples using her painting technique.
This print is part of a limited edition of 50 of the piece ‘Islands’ created by the artist in 2021.
The original piece was completed in oil and spray paint on canvas and is 70x70cm and is available here
The colours in the piece were inspired by Bobbie's geography background and represent tropical islands.
This artwork really pushed the boundaries of the oil paint, and using the handmade canvas Bobbie was able to explore the textures created with the paint. Incorporating the spray paint bought a great metallic shine to the work and a great contrast against the dark blue.
This print is part of a limited edition of 50 of the piece ‘Sunny Afternoon on the Beach’ created for a commission by the artist in 2021.
The piece was inspired by listening to Sunny Afternoon by The Kinks. The colours reminded Bobbie of the beach and the mixture of the wet on wet and wet on dry techniques created an artistic representation of the ebbs and flows of the water and the reflection of the sun in the water.
This print is part of a open edition of the piece ‘Birmingham Lights’ created by the artist in 2020.
This piece was Bobbie’s first oil painting and was created in response to the work of the impressionists.
The subject, Brindley Place, Birmingham, was a date night destination for Bobbie and her partner and this painting is the view from the bridge of love locks. Bobbie spent ages on the bridge looking at the reflections in the water and as a result, was inspired to paint this scene.
This print is part of a open edition of the piece ‘Champagne Bottles’ created by the artist in 2020.
The piece features vintage champagne from Moet and Chandon and Bollinger and a Special Edition jewelled bottle of Moet and Chandon.
The bottles were drawn from a still life composition including two champagne glasses which reflect the bottles as well as the pattern of the table on which they sit.
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This print is part of a limited edition of 100 of the piece ‘Winter Water’ created by the artist in 2020.
The original piece was completed in pastels on black paper, and is available here
The work is a drawing from a small body of water on one of Bobbie's regular lockdown walks in Sutton Park. The dominant colour palette for the piece was pink, blue and yellow. Bobbie loves how the image appears to be black and white but on closer inspection the colours used become apparent.
This print is part of a limited edition of 30 of the piece ‘Charcoal Hearts I’ created by the artist in 2020.
The piece was created in response to missing loved ones during the coronavirus lockdown period. The artist was experimenting with freeform charcoal drawing but had a clear subconscious longing which appeared out of the abstract forms.