Here are a few examples of her work, ranging from her portraits of the Marquess and Marchioness of Milford Haven and the Lord-Lieutenant of Devon, to commissions to paint dogs, horses and even burrowing owls and prairie dogs!
Click on any of any of the images below to to see the picture more clearly.
Being originally a landscape painter, Gill prefers to place her subjects in an open-air setting, usually a part of the garden or a location of particular significance to the sitter, but this is always the choice of the client, and other ideas are welcomed.
Her method is to come to meet the sitter/s and spend some time with them, taking a large number of photographs of them in a variety of locations.
She makes a further appointment to discuss the photographs and to decide which ones to work from, and to finalise decisions about size, medium etc. At this point a mutually agreed timescale would be discussed.
For those seeking a portrait with a freer form of expression, ‘Josie’s Boys’ combines true portraiture with semi-abstract and symbolic elements, while 'Josie and Jack' and 'Anthony' are semi-portraits combined with seemingly unconnected imagery and personal iconography.