Vanishing Futures

Vanishing futures   I moved studio to my back bedroom in March, and since then I have painted 3 works, sold four, and massively improved my sourdough skills to the point of adequacy. It's been an interesting time, our daily walks in the evening taking us through the urban woodland of unbuildable land and allotments … Continue reading Vanishing Futures

From a smaller studio

Hi all, and greetings from my tiny back bedroom studio, where even a 50 x 50cm painting feels large, and I don't have my full range of paints, materials or tools. Still, these are first world problems, and I am ever mindful of the fact that I have the luxury to social distance, and a … Continue reading From a smaller studio

Thoughts on A sense of ancient stories

  Sitting here in the gallery seems a good moment to reflect on my latest show. This is the second of my explorations into the exhibition as a sequential narrative, and unlike For Those In peril all the paintings were completed before I wrote the narrative. The show includes 25 paintings, completed over the last 7 years, … Continue reading Thoughts on A sense of ancient stories

It’s been a while

Shocked that I haven't posted anything since July last year, or updated the Artworks section to include all of my last 15 months output. Take it as a consequence of the the realities of life as a self-representing artist. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are my main media platforms, and attractive to me because they seem … Continue reading It’s been a while

KurbArt done, looking ahead.

Well, it took longer to hang than we expected, but the Little Kelham Urban Art Gallery is now hung. 13 murals, 12 painted and one made of hand crafted tiles, 7 of them mine. It was certainly an interesting journey completing this one, and stretched me massively as both an artist and project manager.  I'm … Continue reading KurbArt done, looking ahead.

Playing with colour

I have always been entranced by myth, and take great delight in wandering through the remnants of the vast woodlands that used to blanket the British Isles. I am also an avid reader, and occasionally am inspired to respond to works that I find particularly powerful. So last week I decided to tackle a subject … Continue reading Playing with colour

For Those In Peril.. Book now available

  They've arrived 🙂 Very happy to say that the first print run of the book of my last exhibition has now arrived. A5, 200gsm silk finish paper, hardcover, casebound, 60 pages with 27 pictures. I'm really happy with the result, they look and feel like the quality production I hoped they'd be. The book … Continue reading For Those In Peril.. Book now available