I visited the ‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’ exhibition at the weekend at Treasure House in Beverley, East Yorkshire. Here are some of the exhibits…
These paintings really mark the time when I first started to create artwork using mixed media.
This blog shows the stages of an abstract biomorphic drawing and painting completed in September 2021.
This lift-the-flap illustration happened by accident when I found a small piece of bright yellow card that reminded me of the colour of cheese you get in cartoons…
This was an illustration project I completed in 2002 that I recently returned to look at as I am preparing for some new landscape painting work.
Gertrude Hermes is regarded as one of the most highly acclaimed British printmakers of her generation but her non-existent desire
This is a selection of my abstract drawings completed in June 2021.
Being able to reflect is a fundamental part of learning and reflective practice is an invaluable tool to help artists develop their confidence, practice, self-awareness, identity and much more. This guide explains what a reflective art journal is, the benefits of keeping one and how you can start your own.
While staying in Porto in 2018 I accidently stumbled across the Cemitério de Agramonte in Boavista on my way to Lidl, which is situated on the edge of this cemetery. What a find!
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