The collie dogs is a copy of a Gainsborough painting, which has been much admired and has been in my family for some time, then placed on exhibition.
The Piccadilly Circus painting was done for a competition at the Royal Festival Hall. The theme of the competition was "The Spirit of London" so, I painted a tramp, looking like he had a bottle of spirit in his pocket, with the backdrop of Piccadilly Circus, the tourists and the billboards and red bus. It's unfortunately not a good photo, but the only one I have.
I did The Battle of Waterloo painting following a time when I was living in Belgium. I visited Waterloo and the circular tower at the site of the battle, in which the battle scene was filmed in the round on the circular walls, complete with the sound of battle cries, braying horses and cannon fire. It was most impressive and well worth a visit.
Both the Battle of Waterloo and the Gainsborough Dogs can be copied onto canvas with 2cm sides, which can either show the scene wrapped around the sides, mirrored sides or plain, ready for you to frame. I could send this to you for just £67.
The painting of Bruce Castle was done for a competition and this painting was put on display at Bruce Castle. The competition arose following a painting of the castle, executed in the 17th Century, found in pieces in a drawer. A team of restorers were commissioned to work on the piece, which is now above the fireplace on entering Bruce Castle. The call went out for a 21st Century painting of the castle, to be no bigger than A2, and I entered this piece.