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
Part 5 of my ’empathy chip malfunction’ series. This is probably the final instalment and where I try to tie up the loose ends.
This is the fourth post from my ’empathy chip malfunction’ series. This time I’ll be looking at emotional distance.
Part 3 of my ’empathy chip malfunction’ series: education
Part 2 of my ’empathy chip malfunction’ series: migraines
This is the first in a series of posts in which I will try to describe what makes me tick, at least as far as I understand it, because I don’t really understand it.
‘Floating’: a series of six space themed paintings from 2016.
Part 2 of my little story explaining my hiatus from tattooing, and eventual return.
Part 1 of my little story explaining my hiatus from tattooing, and eventual return.
This is 2017. I think it was around this time I finally had the confidence to announce that I’d be leaving tattooing, at least for a while.