D H Webb

Award winning artist & photographer. As a child, one of her colourful, impressionist paintings titled "Rain" was recognized by London's prestigious Royal Academy of Art (RAA), home to some of the world's most eminent artists. She received an award for Artistic Ability & was featured in the press.

She holds numerous photography awards including international 360 Media Stills Photographer of the Year 2005/2006 for her work across Europe & received a Finalist Award for Enterprising Women Enterprising Challenge 2008. In 2018 she won 4 awards for Top 20% best photo images at Twenty20 & 5 awards for Top 10% best photos during 2019.. A well known photographer, her images have been sold by Getty, EyeEm, Most Photos and Twenty20 to name but a few.

She resumed painting in 2009 and often uses her photos as inspiration. She is particularly drawn to exploring nature in art, & her paintings reflect the emotional connection of interaction with the natural world, whilst at the same time emulating a flash of unreality. Collectors worldwide have bought her colourful and unique paintings.



Forest Walk “Forest Walk”

16 x 12 inch acrylics on canvas, inspired from a dog walk in a local forest

Winning Streak “Winning Streak”

Mixed Media on 140lb artist, archival quality watercolour paper, 16 x 12 inch. Original Painting Sold.

Raining in the 'Rush Hour “Raining in the 'Rush Hour”

16 x 12 inch watercolour on 140lb artist archival quality paper. Original Painting Sold.


Police Patrol on Horseback 2006 “Police Patrol on Horseback 2006”

Police on horseback in a London Street by Hyde Park

La Tour Eiffel 2012 “La Tour Eiffel 2012”

A study of the Parisian bid for the 2012 Olympics. The five rings of the Olympic symbol can be seen on the Eiffel Tower.