When I moved to Jersey in the Channel Island a few years ago, my first house was in a lovely green valley, outside the kitchen window below the trees on the opposite side of the valley were some wild flowers and many bluebells. When I would do the washing up at different times of the day I was captured by how the colour changed as the light moved around the valley. And as the sun set the dark shadows grew dark blue purple and the bluebells became a neon blue. I thought about this for about a year or two and how to capture this changing colour. The paintings is made of many small brushstrokes of all of the colours that I saw at the various times to create an almost chronological mapping of the view across the valley of these bluebells.