I have been exploring, the 3D space a bit more with these pieces. I do love making flatter images, and distorted perspective, but I am finding, that these spaces, make me want to explore more.
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I will be selling these new pieces at venues this year, I will keep you posted.
‘ Metaphysical Shade’ . Fine Art Print. 43x60cm. 2019.
September Rabbits. Fine Art Print. 43x60cm. 2019.
Some more images from the last couple of weeks. I have been kinda meditating on these , and was very aware of the calm and my breathing when doing these. really was quite an enjoyable experience!
It is funny how my mood is affected by the themes I am exploring. I get very stressed painting, and actually it is a bit of a war with the medium, trying to tame liquids on canvas. I do enjoy painting but I truly get my sanity back doing work like this.
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Travelogue. 43x60cm. 2019.
The Last Three Days. 43x60cm. 2019.
The More I See You, The More I Want You. 43x60cm. 2019.
I wish you all well on this last day of 2018.
It has been a completely odd experience here in the U.K in the last two years or so since we had that vote that triggered, a period in history that will be laughed and scorned at. Something so ridiculous that it will be used in case studies in human stupidity, for decades to come.
Lots of great things have happened to me in 2018. But, we are buggered now. So things have changed. Life. seems to remain “optically” normal , but hey! We carry on as in some kind of never ending grief about the loss of the empire. It seems if the as the new normal works meanwhile the government are really masquerading as politicians , in charge of some back street middle management Double Glazing company playing back room deals, slapping each other on the backs, whilst we are living in a country which is so divided, politically and by blame and pie eyed ideas, that seem to be made up in some bizzare “lets fuck Britain, Bingo”
Below is something from my sketchbook, that was made this afternoon, the type was added after.
I have been falling in love with my sketchbook all over again, after, stopping photographic research for a bit and get back to doodling some ideas for new paintings.
Have a Happy Holiday season.
see you in 2019.
“The Fun Never Stops”.
Artist print on Archival paper. (420mm x 594mm). 2018.
A Mother’s wisdom. (A3 size)
photographic print, on archival paper.
Nikon D800, with one lamp, no flash.
Retouched in Photoshop.
I have been experimenting more with my camera, and I am starting to fall in love with still life subjects. the task is to make an inanimate piece of plastic come to life, and I think I am getting there. For the time being, an old Mothers pride novelty flour shaker has become my muse.
Check back for more images and prices when I release these as limited editions soon.
Photographic print. 2018.
Nikon D800, 105mm lens, One spot light, one lamp, and no flash.
I have been busy putting my photos of Eastbourne and Hastings to good use, making more abstract landscapes, and having a heap of fun in the process.
I am maxing out my iMac with 3D shapes, and playing around with negative space, and reductive’s.
I am really pleased with these, I hope you enjoy them also.
“A Magnetic Field” Fine art print on archival museum quality paper. 20x20 inches. 2018
“Big Fun” Fine art print on archival museum quality paper. 20×20 inches. 2018
“The Burrill Complex” 20×20 inches. Fine art print on archival art paper. 2018
last weekend (22/23rd march). I headed off to Hove to meet up with art collector and very good friend Seval.
I planned a two day visit with her that would conclude with attending The Stone Tide book launch. I took my camera to get some material together, but I failed miserably as I spent all my time chatting, eating lots of cake, and generally enjoying the conversations with Seval, the camera lived in my backpack for the most part.
However I took around 30 shots of the beach in Eastbourne, and a couple in Brighton. (See Images at the bottom of this post)
The book launch was great, and held in the amazing book / off license / live venue. “Borough wines Beers and Books” I brought along 3 framed prints. and a portfolio of 10 art prints for people have a look through. It was also a thrill to see the book on display, and to see my art looking great.
(pic by Influx press. also showing Vince ray’s artwork which features in the book).
Downstairs the book launch coincided with regular art happening “Weird Shit”, Art films, spoken word and sonic pounding bass was the vibe, and people stood transfixed , waiting for the next “Weird Shit” to happen, with Spoken word from Gareth E. Rees, Gary Budden, and Michael Smith.
(looking a bit bedazzled!! In front of one of my framed stone Tide prints.)
Meanwhile upstairs, the atmosphere was slightly boozy and relaxed. the crowd was full of artists, writers and musicians, some knew about the event, others followed their curiosity, resulting in an interesting crowd.
It was nice to talk to so many people, and to meet documentary film maker, artist, writer, and poet Michael Smith. Also worth mentioning is the amazing artist Martin O’Neill who was excellent company over a glass of Cloudwater, and was passionate about the process of making art.
Thanks for all you who stopped to have chat with me, and the interest in my work!
(photo influx press)
As mentioned earlier I did take some shots and I have been experimenting. here are some examples below.