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At the beginning of July, I had the privilege of painting the inaugural cricket match on Dr James Hull's private ground at his home in Wales. This is a stunning location and the wicket, although hampered by weeks of rain, stood up well to the onslaught. James has raised thousands of pounds for charity with his team 'The Drillers' and for 30 years on the nursery ground at Lord's, he sponsored Founders Day. James is the proud owner of many of my original cricket paintings which he has either commissioned or bought. It is always a pleasure to paint for James - his enthusiasm and appreciation knows no bounds.

Another pretty ground is Braemore near Salisbury. Becky Hopkinson gave her husband a surprise; she asked me to paint an ink/watercolour wash of the 20/20 match arranged for his 40th birthday. This was village cricket at its best - children and dogs all joined in and the overs flashed by. A great day was had by all in the most glorious weather.

And now to England - they really do let themselves down. They still have not learnt that dropped catches lose matches. They should have won the series against Pakistan but until they concentrate in the field it will be the same old story.

It is worth thinking about having your ground or match painted next year. There may be a special occasion or an anniversary and there is no better way for it to be remembered than painted on site when it is happening. On the other hand, if you have photographs of any cricket matches that have already taken place, I can always produce a painting. Please give me a ring or send me an email to discuss all the possibilities. You will find my contact details at the foot of this page.

Jocelyn painting James Hull’s Cricket Ground in Wales. July 2016 Photographs James Hull

Jocelyn painting James Hull’s Cricket Ground in Wales. July 2016

Photographs James Hull


Commissions, Originals, Prints

Here you will find a range of Jocelyn's previous commissions, original works and prints available for purchasing.

If you would like to speak to Jocelyn about a commission, arrange a viewing, or would like further details about purchasing her work, please contact the artist using the details at the foot of the page. Jocelyn is available at any time, including evenings and weekends.

 
The Artist's Mother

The Artist's Mother

The Solent from St Helens Duver, Isle of Wight

The Solent from St Helens Duver, Isle of Wight

England v Australia, Lord's 2009 By kind permission of MCC

England v Australia, Lord's 2009

By kind permission of MCC


Books for Sale

You may order 'White Hats and Cricket Bats' or 'Lords of Cricket; direct from the artist at:

Jocelyn Galsworthy
9 Solent Court, Esplanade,
Ryde,  Isle of Wight  PO33 2AL
Mobile: +44 (0) 7885 542652

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Jocelyn’s 50th Anniversary as a Professional Artist

Exhibition at Cheam School Newbury. Judith Chalmers opened the Exhibition on the 2nd October 2011.

The artist with the original painting of Douglas Jardine

The artist with the original painting of Douglas Jardine

Jocelyn giving her thanks to the audience with Judith Chalmers (left) who opened the Exhibition.

Jocelyn giving her thanks to the audience with Judith Chalmers (left) who opened the Exhibition.

Book signing: 'Lords of Cricket' and 'White Hats and Cricket Bats', by Jocelyn Galsworthy

Book signing: 'Lords of Cricket' and 'White Hats and Cricket Bats', by Jocelyn Galsworthy


Lord’s 2011

Jocelyn painting the England v India Test Match at Lord’s 2011.

 (Photograph Peter Lapping)

Westward Cup

Jocelyn painting the Westward Cup from the Royal Yacht Squadron lawn at Cowes, Isle of Wight – July 2010.