During lockdown, I started working on landscape paintings of what I call 'remembered walks', culled from photographs, drawings and memories of walks I have undertaken over the last few years, often, though not always, going to or coming back from a pub! A good walk should always involve a nice pub, or so I'm told.

I work on 18 × 13 cm (7 × 5 inch) panels with acrylic paint using palette knives. I enjoy making landscape paintings in a portrait format, very small, having chosen not to use brushes, but knives, because it’s a real challenge. I paint the landscape near where I live on the south coast, and of north Norfolk, where my wife and I (and the dog) visit often, and where we wish to move as soon as we can.

All work is for sale. Pleas email me at charliedayart@gmail.com.

My work appears in public collections, including the University of the Arts and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and in private collections in Portugal, Spain, Italy, China, US and UK.