Now, come on! Which of you ate those toes?
Another weird fantasy set of creatures pulled out of random marks.
But who cares. If you like it, wear it.
One of a series of paintings referring to the amazing Moeraki Boulders in New Zealand. The image is 10×8 inches (25.5×20 cm) painted on paper with a variety of acrylic products.
A woman’s face. Her expression is sad, lost in her own thoughts maybe. An experimental collage which seems to be complete at this stage. I like it anyway!
Mixed media on paper, the image measures 8×10 inches (20×25.5 cm).
Monotype drawing with collage of decorated papers. Approx. 8×10 inches (20×25.5 cm). She looks lost in thought and melancholic – please Like her!
A collage of decorated papers on a monotype background. I made this when exploring the possibilities of translating a tonal design into collage. Image 8×5.5 inches (20×14 cm).
Available as a print, greeting card or iPhone case here (now with US and UK/European distribution).
An abstract collage of decorated papers mounted on a monotyped ground. Image 7.5×6.5 inches.
Reproduction available here.
A layered monotype where a drawing has been printed onto a prepared monotype background using waterbased printing ink. Could have been called vamp ’til ready! Image size 5.5 x 5.5 inches.
A monotype worked in several layers of gouache on Arches paper. The design is loosely based on a picture of an old turf cutting which is said to represent deities. It is from the Gog Magog Hills – an area steeped in tales of mysterious appearances, buried giants and ghosts. (The name ‘hills’ is slightly misleading as they are not very high: just definitely above the flat plain and therefore giving a commanding view.)
Artwork is 7.5×5.5 inches (19×14 cm).