A series of four small (8″sq) paintings using mixed media and cement on canvas.
Grass Roots: the origin or basis of something; the basic or primary concept, rule, part, or the like. Again this concerns beginnings. Each piece started with a fragment of grass root from local moorland. These pieces also use collaged fragments of imagery created through digital manipulation of my landscape photography.
I graduated from Cheltenham with a BA (Hons)1st class in 1978. I studied Art education at Margaret St, Birmingham and gained a P.G.C.E. in 1979. I have taught in Sheffield schools for over 28 years.
There is now more time to practise my art.
My output oscillates between photography, computer art and painting, between figurative and abstract and between digital and actual. This doesn’t mean I am lost or without focus, just on the move.
The impact of social media around my practice also continues to promote this flux.
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