A print taken from an original acrylic on canvas. Dove and the bluebells.

Thirty years ago I sat in a house with Mrs Reed who would become my piano teacher. She was an astute, witty, joyous woman who not only played the piano beautifully, but also the cello. Her music room stretched out to a garden that never seemed to end. She kept doves and every so often you could hear their coos. Containing 1–13 rising notes, and a sequence repeated 4–5 times per minute for many minutes on end, they were the soundtrack to her garden.  It feels like a million years ago now. In time as I learnt to play, I was allowed to play in the garden after my lesson, climb the trees and look at the doves.
I feel really connected to my own garden at the moment, more than I ever have and for a number of reasons. This memory popped into my head and I felt it deserved a little nod.

The print is available as an A4 (21cm x 29.7cm) or as an A3 (29.7cm x 42cm).

All prints are printed on high quality fine art 300gsm Marrutt art paper.

Prints are sent wrapped in tissue and backed with a hardbacked envelope.