Described by Edward Lucie-Smith as ‘one of the country’s great colourists’, Phyllis work shows a fearless embrace of the countryside that surrounds her. She tends to her garden and the rewilding of her field with the same instinctive flair and nurturing care with which she paints. The works are full of warmth, humility and appreciation of her tiny part to play in this grand vista. Nevertheless, they are exuberant and vital, showing trees, hills and ponds in all of their majestic glory.
She is a champion of wonder, and her painterly voice speaks truth … getting to the heart of it.
Read our full article on how Phyllis gets to the heart of her local landscape