Bringing us out of my daydream is Jungle Spatula by Abi Box. The strokes of paint work together capture the unique pattern of the diverse foliage, combining shades of green that highlight the nuances of the natural world. This is a smaller piece offering a plethora of potential display options. Mandy Poernig from #RiseArt: Pantone Greenery
My most recent work continues to be concerned with paint’s ability to visually describe and reinvent and in being able to balance between figuration and abstraction. Engaging also with being able to rearrange both space and sense of depth on the canvas.
Losing Our Minds Together heading off soon to a new home #win
Thrilled to be included in Kristian Day’s new project Paper Cuts happening on 19 Nov at Transion Gallery #kristianday
Recently the less I look at the canvas while I’m painting the better
what now seems like a long time ago I used to like neat symmetrical shapes & patterns. now I enjoy awkward & messy stuffs
Chats with Dean Melbourne: words can tip you over the edge of an idea. an obsession with thing we don’t understand. “I don’t know that I know what I want!" Conversation from Film 2015 about The Duke of Burgundy and artistic perversity. interview with Miranda July on new book.