Artwork in situ, on your wall

Have trouble imagining what my work will look like on your wall? Or the best place to position my pieces in ¬†your own place? This app iArtView allows you to “see before you buy”. Being a digital work, size is variable and can be accommodated to fir a large or smaller space. The featured piece […]

The digital art thing – post figurative

The ability for artists to see and develop ideas is imperative – beyond the usual and everyday. Creativity isn’t for the faint hearted. In abstract works, people often like to “see” something represented. “It looks like a…” or “I can see a ….there in the painting”. While looking and thinking is good way to start […]

Abstraction Meets Autumn

  The subtle colours of Autumn, the geometric and organic play of shape and line provides the context for the latest work. The questioning of still-life vs abstraction..can it be both? How is each term defined and which “sits” more comfortably with the audience. The above artwork was completed on the iPadPro using the Paper53 […]

2017 new digital cityscape

This more expressive cityscape and even dynamic? is the latest way of working in this series. Attempting to be more spontaneous and work with the apple pencil and mark making in less obvious ways. There is also the use of the coloured fineliner tool in Paper53. The detailed line that his offers is a contrast […]

Exhibition 2016

  Creativity through the years. Also importantly, creativity in this exhibition from those not usually considered “creative”. My impetus to curate the show was to include creative types that are known for other endeavours – not for their artistic ones – at least publicly. Above are some of my own works within the exhibition that […]

Abstraction from way back when

Abstraction and abstracted images plays a large part in my work. The idea of a “suggestion” or “reference” is certainly entertained and played upon. This from 1986 is no exception. Collaging and drawing to create a suggested landscape…or is it? What do you find in there? Feel free, it’s OK to see and feel other […]

Kathy Lette at Art Gallery New South Wales

Great conversation last night at the Art Gallery New South Wales for the NUDE exhibition. Kathy Lette interviewed by Fenella Kernebone. Of course irreverent and controversial but also humorous and to the bone. References to the lack of male nudes in art galleries generally and the over representation of female nudes in art but the […]