Monthly Archives: September 2007

shardcore art in the Oxford American

The US magazine Oxford American have chosen to use my self portrait Memento Vita to accompany an article on brain surgery. You can read the story online here and I presume pick up a hard copy of the magazine, if you live in the right part of the states…

shardcore at The Tin Drum

I’m holding a show at the Tin Drum, Kemptown Brighton. It’s on until the end of November, so come down to Brighton and enjoy some fine food and fine art. Thanks to Lois for arranging the show, and to Sam for helping with the hanging. I’m showing 21 canvases in total, here are a some […]

Wet Beaver (2007)

I’m just about to hang a new show [more details in a later post] and felt I’d like something to complement Big Cock, which features as part of the exhibition. acrylic on canvas 600mm x 600mm

Tycho Brahe (2007)

Tycho Brahe (1546-1601) was the last great astronomer to work without a telescope. His observations of the motions of the sky were, at the time, the most accurate ever recorded. Indeed his assistant, Kepler, used his measurements to support the heliocentric view of the solar system. Tycho himself did not subscribe to this theory, and […]