Oysters in Bloom (detail) ’13
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
Bloom and Brace
Fairy Tale Houses
Home Is Where The Art Is (I truly believe)
Feel The Rain
Feel The Rain
Waiting In Company
Tree-me-tea with dark flock
Tree-me-tea with whimsical birds
Camden Lock Market – West Yard
Next Saturday (December 9th) if all goes to plan I will be running my own market stall in Camden Lock (West Yard probably) for the first time. I’ll be selling my artwork in the form of cards, prints and originals (and probably singing to myself with or without my guitar).
Well, to start, here are some of the cards I am making. I’m deciding on numbers just now so let me know which ones you like by comment or email and I will make lots of them! Having never taken my work far outside the circle of family and friends I haven’t much of a clue how my work will fall. They don’t have particular themes (i.e. Christmas) they are designs and illustrations some new and some taken from other parts my work and sketchbooks. It’s interesting for me to return to the work I’ve been making and see the themes, birds and leaves keep coming up, and though there’s only one with fish in here it seems there was a time there were a lot of fish floating around in my work. So here they are, perhaps an oddball set of cards, given the lady with the fish, the pop-up puppet theatre and the pregnant gathering but hopefully they will live well, leave the stall and travel on.
The colours come up so bright on the computer, the cards will emerge looking more calm I do believe, but here is the gist.
If you’d like to come visit me next weekend that would be lovely, tea and a chat will probably make the day less chilly.
very best from the start of a new adventure!