after years of techno-phobia, I have got around to opening my Etsy shopwith prints and original artwork from the last few years, as well as freshly created work that I will soon be adding. Although I prefer face-to-face sales, not everyone is that close by so it’s nice to open up shop to a wider range of people…
All the frames in the shop are hand-made by me to suit the artwork.
Something that I take great joy in getting just-right.
Listings will be going up over the coming weeks so keep an eye out for new work.
Really looking forward to being part of this exhibition in Vauxhall at VGCC on September 19th – it’s going to be a real mix of artists and mediums and raising money to keep the community centre open.
My contribution will be a little cast of characters that have been emerging from my desk of late, combining the strange bodies of my imagination with equally strange advice that has jigsawed into place from cut-up text, books, newspapers and other once innocently printed and now mis-used words.
In this ink, watercolour and gouache series I celebrate the beautiful things we find underfoot.
Helicopter Leaves in Violet ’13
Especially those that have carried life, in wood, or bone, or shell, or sap: objects that I find endlessly fascinating. There’s also a focus on the colours of this time of year, which are my favourite. See the full gallery here.
Autumn of Albion – ’13
I am on Camden Market in the East Yard every Sunday until Christmas with prints of my work. (And possibly more often too!) If you want to find me there or find out when I’m next going email firstname.lastname@example.org
I have always loved conkers, they look and feel like the most delicious things in the world, they all fall in such a short time and tarnish to a dull sheen so quickly.
This year I’ve tried to catch them in their most glorious moments as they burst from their shells and start to become like wizened little old faces which populate my room until the next ‘fall’.
Autumn Spring I ’13
Autumn Spring II ’13
Autumn Spring III ’13
Autumn Spring IV ’13
Autumn Spring V ’13
Again this series echoes my fascination with metamorphosis. I chose the title Autumn Spring because there is something of the freshness of spring in the brief flowering of this autumn fruit, joining the two opposing seasons reminds me how the years roll round, and round… and round.