I am managing an art project in Wolverhampton http://www.artinthecity.co which will run from October 3rd-10th 2014. I will have some work on display at Huckleberry’s clothing shop. Here are some of my soup label designs I am working on a Twiggy and James Dean design too.
After a week of moving and working till midnight most nights my new studio is ready to use. The light was streaming in all day and it was lovely to watch the activity outside.
Pencil drawing, Framed (Not shown)
Size: 61 cm x 91 cm
Anne Boleyn (Part Of Me)
Never Ending Story. £900.00 Framed (Not shown)
Pencil Drawing/Mixed Media
Let them eat cake (True colours) Framed (Not shown)
Anne Boleyn. Framed (Not shown)
The merry face of spring: Pencil crayon. Framed (Not shown)
Size: 90 cm x 72 cm Price: £850.00
These are my pencil drawing, which are available as posters and giclee prints. Please contact me for further details and prices.
I have been working on a new three dimensional artwork. I want to add some small dolls to the piece then it will be finished
These are the soups that I made for the one year anniversary at the MD Gallery where I have a studio at the Makers Dozen. Soups are Limited Edition and £10.00 each plus postage and packaging.
Work in progress: cosmic girl oil on canvas. I just have to add some silver leaf stars and a couple of motifs.
I have been busy decorating chairs for the courtyard at the studios where I work. I want to encourage people to enjoy the sunshine when they visit the MD gallery, where my artwork is exhibited, at the rear of Wolverhampton Art Gallery. If you wish to commission a chair or piece of furniture that you would like me to paint please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been reworking an old painting adding an astronaut and the text, there goes gravity. I just have to find a g and an I then its finished. I am trying a change of direction for my artwork and want to use oil paint to create depth by using glazes.
This painting was inspired by a shop window display I saw in Berlin. It had a small painting by Bronzino in it. I had seen the image before but couldn’t remember the artists name, so I played a guessing game on Google and eventually found it. I simplified the image and decoupaged it with animal and insect motifs. I added the text: listen to your heart as she is pointing to her heart. Hope you like it.
This is my latest work which was inspired by a shop window display I recently saw in Berlin. What an amazing city, I have visited it three times now and there are still many things that I would like to see.