Binary Impulse

A continuation of the Limitary Patterns theme, this image took several months to evolve. The events of a few weeks (June 2016) perhaps helped crystallise the idea for the shapes and colours. The images and ideas we associate with man's boundaries are now juxtaposed with the symbolism of a  crusade. Binary Impulse £330 Acrylic and … Continue reading Binary Impulse


Perseus in Aethiopia

Within a series starting with the idea of allegory.The added structure was assembled using Meccano® parts and copper. It is attached to the stretcher and the canvas. Perseus in Aethiopia 2016 £250 Acrylic and mixed media painting with added sculptural relief in Meccano® and copper.61cmsq (stretcher size) approx 12cm deep. Notebook page with annotations for symbolic and … Continue reading Perseus in Aethiopia

Transition Ark

Transition Ark Printed Digital art workPoA Details: Image = 24 x 24 cm sq,  printed on Permajet Museum Cotton, this is a textured 100% cotton fine art paper 310gsm using inks with a blue wool scale rating of 6, = light fastness for 85+ years. Mounted in  40 x 40 cm sq 2.4mm acid free mount card off white. … Continue reading Transition Ark

Illusion of Inclusion

Mixed media and acrylic on canvas 40cm sq There are barriers some are subtle others plain. A net is more than a barrier, it catches and holds. The frayed edges soften the impact; maybe they are time worn, as if by tradition. The net sorts and separates, being caught in the net is being caught … Continue reading Illusion of Inclusion

Transcending the Presence

Transcending the Presence : The Lucid Moment Mixed Media and acrylic on canvas. 40cmsq There is a suggestion of an angel, perhaps in transition from an earthbound reality. The collaged fragments are from a magazine article on the aerial photography of Edward Burtinsky. There is a mix of plan and elevation and of object and image.

Hidden Repeats

In two parts this piece is an extension of the Limitary Patterns theme. The work incorporates borders and sections, boundaries and edges. This developed during the making to include matching transitions of pattern across the canvas edges on all sides. This is similar to, but not exactly a hidden repeat pattern. The two parts are … Continue reading Hidden Repeats