As long as I can remember I’ve been fascinated by Great Britain in a way that I cannot explain. There’s simply something about British culture that has always piqued my interest. One of the early memories of my childhood is watching a photographic slide show from my Aunt and Uncle’s travels in Europe. I don’t remember much of it, but I firmly remember his pictures of London. And yes, it is entirely possible that his imagery of Great Britain was what started the wheels spinning in my little mind. Whatever it was, I always knew I would visit Britain some day.
And in fact the British shores were my first port of call when I began traveling outside of the US. My first foray across the pond was to London, a city I genuinely love. But it wasn’t the end of the road for my British love affair. I have visited Scotland twice as well, and have taken some small jaunts into Cornwall and the English countryside. And it was the positive reaction I got from friends from my first photos of my trips to Britain that was the confidence boost that got me interested in exploring art. So the cities and landscapes of Great Britain are the inspiration behind my journey as an artist.
From those first small steps, my Great Britain art prints grew. This collection of British wall art very much depicts my love of the British landscape. From scenic moors in England to the landscapes of the Scottish Highlands, Britain is a gorgeous place and it fully makes sense why some of the great landscape artists called Britain home. And don’t get me started on the wealth of beautiful architecture from Roman ruins to cutting edge architecture today and everything in between. Britain is more than Gothic medieval castles and cathedrals, but those are incredible, too!
I think my British artwork has spoken to so many people over the years because they fully illustrate my own fascination with all things British. For all those past art patrons and the future ones who have a piece of British artwork on their walls, thank you! Those past art buyers started the wheels in motion behind my dream to work in art. And to the future ones, you continue that dream!
Your interest in my artwork is most appreciated!
The art you decorate with is something that you will look at for years to come. This is true whether it is wall art for your home or a public space in your place of business. Paint colors may come and go, but the artwork often outlives the rest of your decor choices.
That is why I am more than happy to answer any of your questions. Whether you want to know more about a specific piece of art or have a more general question, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I love the opportunity to discuss the story behind my art as much as sharing helpful details.
I am also open to discussing any special requests you may have. Perhaps you have a special decorating challenge or need artwork tailored to fit a specific space? Or you have a special design opportunity to discuss?
Well, I have always enjoyed challenging projects, so just ask!
This is only a portion of my British artwork. I am still in the process of updating my galleries. To see the rest, please see my Full Collection of British Prints available through Fine Art America.
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London Calling – Red British Telephone Box Art
If you’re looking for an eye-catching British print, there’s no question that this London Telephone Box print fits the bill. This particular piece of art is far and away my most popular for a simple reason. It connects with people. … Read More
Classic Red British Post-box In London
This collage style London artwork captures the functional beauty of the classic red British Post-Box. While the classic red telephone box is fading from the landscape, you still find red pillar boxes in some abundance on the street of cities … Read More
Victorian Gothic Tower Bridge – Landmark London Art
London is a city filled with iconic architecture. It’s populated with buildings that are recognized around the world by people who have never seen them in person. There are maybe a handful of cities with such landmark architecture. I’m not … Read More
St Paul’s Cathedral Dome – Classic Architecture
There’s no question in my mind that London has more than its share of iconic architecture. And the great dome of St Paul’s Cathedral is definitely among that pantheon. Whether you’ve been to London or just seen pictures, that dome … Read More
Classic London Bus – Thoroughly British Art
There’s no doubt that the mental image most of us have of a London Bus is the classic double decker buses like this old AEC Routemaster. These days, of course, the double decker buses are mostly quite modern compared to … Read More
Classic London Art Print – The Old Curiosity Shop
For someone from the states, this piece of classic London architecture seems impossibly old and by proxy of great importance. And yet this little shop on Portsmouth Street is primarily considered of interest only because of its literary connection to … Read More
Uniquely London – Dramatic Tower Bridge Fine Art Print
Tower Bridge pictured here, is one of my favorite London landmarks is without a doubt. I love that the bridge is actually a Victorian piece of engineering dressed in the stone of Medieval England. When it was decided to build … Read More
Golden Fields – English Countryside In Spring Art Print
Nearly a decade ago now I had gone to London in the spring and was taking a day out to see Canterbury with a group of fellow travelers by train. So in some sense this is my very own Canterbury … Read More
Edinburgh Castle At Dusk – Medieval Fortress Art
Having visited Edinburgh, Scotland twice, it holds a special place in my heart as does the beautiful castle in this print. Edinburgh Castle sits at the top of the Royal Mile. And on my last night in that beautiful Scottish … Read More
British Telephone Box With Fireworks Overhead Art Print
Long before I ever visited the UK for the first time, I had already fallen in love with the style of the classic British Telephone Box. I don’t remember the first time I laid eyes on one, but I suspect … Read More
Timeless London – Routemaster Double-Decker Bus Art Print
On my last trip to London, I was walking along the Strand when I happened to spot a vintage double-decker bus in operation. It was one of the old AEC Routemasters and it was heading up the street! I love … Read More
The Great Clock – Big Ben – London Landmark Art
On my last visit to London, I had a somewhat unique opportunity, at least for those of us who don’t call London home. On my first day there, the street that crosses Westminster Bridge by the Palace of Westminster was … Read More
The Turbine Hall – Bankside Power Station Art Print
Over the course of several trips to London, I’d seen the looming Bankside Power Station on the south bank of the Thames several times. And I knew it was the home of the Tate Modern, but there are so many … Read More
St Albans Clock Tower – Medieval Architecture Art Print
The English village of St Albans in Hertfordshire has a long history going back to Roman times. In fact so far back that the village is named for a Christian martyred by there the Romans. In medieval times, the village … Read More
St Albans Abbey – Scenic Britain Art Print
This rambling old church pictured here is known to locals simply as The Abbey. Despite the moniker, St Albans Abbey is actually a cathedral of the Anglican church. It is known officially as The Cathedral & Abbey Church of Saint … Read More
Ancient Neolithic Dolmen – Lanyon Quoit – Cornwall Art Print
This dramatic black and white print features Lanyon Quoit, a Neolithic dolmen in Cornwall. I’ve read that this ancient structure was likely a chamber tomb of some sort. Like many ancient sites, though, there’s no written record so nothing is … Read More
Kings College Chapel From The River Cam – Cambridge Art
On my last trip to the UK, one of my favorite experiences was drifting down the River Cam in Cambridge. Cambridge in general was a gorgeous city. Yet the side of Cambridge one sees from the river was by far … Read More
Palace of Westminster and Big Ben At Night – London Art
On my first trip to London, my first concrete memory is of wandering down a street rather aimlessly. It was my first time abroad and having arrived in the early hours of morning, it was all still sort of dream-like. … Read More
London City Hall – British Architecture Art Print
One of the things I love about London is that it’s a city unafraid to be modern. Some cities with the amount of ancient landmark architecture that London has start trying to build to fit a theme. You might expect … Read More
Timeless London – St Paul’s Cathedral Art Print
There’s a Timeless London quality to gazing across the river at the great dome of St. Paul’s cathedral. It’s one of those iconic sights that surpasses the lives of people. You see photos of St. Paul’s rising above the smoke … Read More
Rustic Union Jack – British Art
There’s something truly classic about the Union Jack or Union Flag of Great Britain. The current design dates back to the Act of Union of 1801 when the Irish parliament was dissolved and Ireland was officially added to the United … Read More
Avebury Circle Landscape – Neolithic Britain Art Print
I’ve been to Avebury circle, as seen in this print, twice. And I would happily go again and again. It’s truly a magical piece of British landscape. And historic to boot. We may never entirely understand the culture that produced … Read More