Mono Print in black ink
These are screen print designs based on actual windows in and around Braintree and Bocking, Essex.
Mixed media collage of paper, card and fabric. Looks better in the flesh!
A wonderful night out on the Southbank at the Tate and under Blackfriars Bridge. I love the atmosphere in my favourite part of London. What’s you favourite part or city?
Painted this back in 1990 and it’s still there!
I really like this grunge effect – created on the iPhone
Created this in paper and card for background to an album cover.
Used bleach to create interesting textures and highlight effects
Used Photoshop to create this image. Love the movement.
Can’t remember what app I used to create this from a photo but I’m really pleased with the final image.
Bronze I made at Pelham Hall Sculpture Studio, (Morley College) Lambeth Walk in London.
As I developed the piece, based on a dream featuring strange, equine creatures, I become aware of how I am slightly repelled by the idea of a horse’s mouth and nose parts perhaps through conditioning or genetic imprinting – I subconsciously judge them to be unclean in some way. This led me to ponder how normally, I turn away from what I perceive to be ‘unpleasant’ but if I accept my judgement as just another ‘thought-form’ – instead of being enslaved by it, I’m set free to perceive true beauty in everything
I found the development of the idea and the whole foundry experience to be an amazing metaphor revealing the great beauty of life and for me, the end result encapsulates that insight.
Here are some experiments and sketches inspired by Georgio O’Keefe exhibition at the Tate Modern, London.
Tissue and card spray mounted on paper. I love the texture and physical feel of theses two pieces.
Exploring positive/ negative space and form.
Card on paper