Digital artwork: Public Art proposal #1

Titled “This Space we Have” 2017, this digital artwork has been submitted for a public art project. An aspect of the brief related to light and whimsical. The title refers to both a public space we have through the art project but also, references to suggestions of space within the artwork itself. The geometric lines […]

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 […]

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 […]