New exhibition with Lyons Wier gallery (NYC)

I am super excited to be part of a show focusing on artists in lockdown, called Chrysalistasis.

The show is curated by the American Artist James Austin Murray, who’s work I greatly admire, ( in fact I am lucky enough to own one of his pieces). Jim has assembled so much talent in this online show, and I feel honoured to be included in this.

You can download a catalog from the gallery here.

Or you can view on the artsy site here

Better late than never?

First off, many apologies for not updating my blog. Lately I have found that Instagram is much easier to post work, and I post much more than on these pages. So if you need more art, check out my instagram, and maybe follow me 😉

But this blog is not lost, I hardly ever wrote anything on instagram, so will continue to update important news on here.

OK here is some work that has been fun to do, I am focusing more and more on portraiture, and learning ways to abstract the human form. colour more than ever features highly! I spend days just tweaking colours. I do hope you enjoy them.

All prints are A2 size (42 x 59cm). Hand signed and printed on archival museum quality paper.


Record Cover design

I am very pleased to have done the artwork for the New Infinite Scale Vinyl and digital download release on VLSI Records.

Was a fun job to do, Many thanks to Andy at VLSI. More info below:

Infinite Scale – The Value of Accessibility

We’re delighted to welcome Infinite Scale to VLSI Records with The Value of Accessibility – available early 2020.

Released on limited (hand numbered 100 only) orange coloured vinyl, with mastering by Black Knoll Studio and vinyl engineering by Curve Pusher. Cover design by Mark Hollis.

See more pics and ordering info by clicking link below.