There are new paintings on my website, such as this one of a campsite on a hill.
Just rummaging through paintings from my archive, here is a small selection from the last 10 years. It's inspirationally useful looking through this old stuff and remember how old ideas evolved or fizzled out. Also interesting to read the pretentious teenage space-based-philosophies that feature in some of the pictures (probably because I secretly still feel the same)...
Sailor number 5:
Part of a Sailor tryptic:
Alien having lunch:
The ghost of a stag:
Philosophy notes and sustainable worlds:
Tired Crow on driftwood:
Folk art inspired cupboard doors made from old shelves and bits of plaster filigree off an old wardrobe:
Labyrinth Firey. I sold this to a friend for £15, Now I want it back but he won't sell it.
Tryptic showing a one-eyed Deer in a garden, the view from the deers eye and the view from the window:
These two will be hanging at the Hybrid Gallery this winter for their Winter Wonderland show.
Snow in October (at the bakery). 30x40cm
Bonfire at the wagon. 25x35cm
In other news, vid wiz and animation gremlin Joe Knowles made this video from my doodles, I think we can all agree it's pretty special and a feature film is now in discussion.