Maybe it’s a pobble
Now, come on! Which of you ate those toes?
Another weird fantasy set of creatures pulled out of random marks.
Yes, it does!
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).
Face of man
The green plume
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!
Stone tree sunrise
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.
Blood orange keyboards
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).