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Chemical Reactions

I’ve been lucky enough to be given access to a garden over lockdown – I live in a small-ish two bedroom flat on the second floor, nice views of London but no garden space. Going out onto the streets to […]

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9th June, what the birds and wind drew

It was a warm and still day, wind mostly from the west. The baby birds are getting braver and visiting the feeder now. More birds visit the platform with the paper on too. Most of the movement comes from the […]

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7th June, a monumental day in Bristol

On this day, about a mile away from where this drawing was made, thousands of people gathered to protest against police violence towards black people. They directed energy towards a statue of Edward Colston who’s philanthropy funded alms houses and […]

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Recent Work

‘Leach’ | 30 x 30cm| Resin and coloured tape on linen | 2020 | £180

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Recent Work

‘Nail your colours to the mast’ | 30.5 x 30.5cm | Resin and coloured tape on board | 2020 | £200 (this piece has now been sold)

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Recent Work

‘Onions Wrapped in Rubber’ | 30.5 x 30.5cm | Bio-resin and coloured tape on board | 2020 | £180

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Recent Work

‘Stigma’ | 30 x 30cm| Resin and coloured tape on linen | 2020 | £180

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Getting going

The online exhibition of selected black and white drawings from my Beachtime Stories series, curated by Sue Crellin-McCarthy is now live. If you missed the exhibition at The Margate School’s Line gallery, here is a chance to see some of the drawings. The complete series […]

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Future Icon

Mixed media (oils and acrylics) with painted sides 152.3 x 75.5 x 3.6cm £1,260 Part of my ‘Future Iconography’ series, this piece is among the largest. This is a painting full of paradoxes. Stark yet vivid, it looks towards the […]

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Untitled blog post from "The Cultural Tourist"

It’s less of a blog today and more of a collection of thoughts in relation to some of my recent works. Bursts of colour, bright scattered patterns, abstract shapes, the collision of photography, collage and paint. This connects to that, […]

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Speed up, slow down

My mind will probably go faster but the making of art is likely to slow down. This is my expectation as I prepare to start my Masters of Research in Art: Theory and Philosophy at Central Saint Martins. My first […]

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Out of context

I’m about to start a new body of work. This is always an exciting time as I anticipate the journey ahead and what surprises it might bring. I’m currently preparing my surfaces – stretching, sealing and priming a number of […]

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Odds and ends

Two little exercises at home using up leftover paint. The oil painting classes at ESOP are just what I was hoping for, with emphasis on the basics but not atelier-style, it’s a more contemporary approach. New ideas come flooding in […]

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Playing the field

Following on from my large paper collages combined with paint, I have moved on for a bit to working on small archival pieces of paper. I was given a small bundle of these a few years ago when I did […]

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