These two paintings can be paired together or separately. I wanted to paint these in a more restricted illustrative style to represent an old woodcut, etching style I found in an 18th century book. I wanted to be able to focus on putting as much detail into all areas of the painting and this is why I kept it monochromatic. It allows you to look at the detail and the subject without the emotional influences of colour. Read more »
Works vary from black and white charcoal and ink illustrative style with subject matter ranging from mythological subjects to figurative studies. Also likes to experiment with a more abstract style which tends to be more about bold colour splashes and texture.
Most works are on large scale canvases, this with a mixed use of media compliments the bold subject matter. Read more »