Sometimes we need to sit back, take it easy, and see what happens.
We’re finally allowed to return to tattooing in the UK after the covid-19 lockdown. There will be some alterations to…
Artist statements. Lots of words strung together that are either meaningless, or so obvious they don’t need writing in the first place.
This is the final piece of the series, if it really is a series. I was initially building a platform…
Another contained niche.
Isolated and contained.
The rough and the smooth.
Painting and sculpture.
Painted sculpture or sculptural painting?
The final piece from the blockpainting series.
A brighter, more playful piece.
A return to green. Harmony.
Back to the grey. Another one from the harsher side.
The focus here was simplicity of composition.
A shift to the grey end. I love that grey. It’s got a slight concrete tone about it.
I particularly like the lack of squareness in this one.
For this piece, I decided to reduce the palette by removing the red.
Straddling a boundary between painting and sculpture. Encaustic (wax) over wooden construction. 10x10x5cm 2017