Category Archives: mixed media

MAMMON

As part of my work with The Fortunecats we re-engineered one of our giant golden cats to become an algo God of capitalism for the Art of Bots show at Somerset House.

Gordon Moore (2010)

We live in an electronic age, where the microprocessor is ubiquitous. So pervasive is the use of integrated circuitry, that we have become indifferent to the phenomenal computational power surrounding us, and hence blithe to it’s disposability. In the late 60s when semiconductor technology was in its infancy, and the integrated circuit was still a […]

The Mask of Thanatos (2009)

A change in tone and a change in style. And what better way to cleanse the pallette than to eschew all previous techniques and start afresh. This piece is a stencil, in silver, black, grey and red. I’ve painted on the back of the canvas, as a hat-tip to the master. The canvas is framed […]

Giardia Lamblia (2008)

Giardia Lamblia has been on my list to paint for a long time. It is a flagellated protozoan parasite that colonises and reproduces in the small intestine. This painting is a ‘view from below’, or an ‘intestinal villi-eye view’ if you prefer, of Giardia coming in to land… Acrylic & Silicone on Canvas 600mm x […]

Entamoeba Histolytica (2008)

After a little haitus from painting, I’m back in the saddle and have decided to extend my collection of Human Pathogens. Entamoeba Histolytica is a unicellular organism which causes Amoebic Dysentry. I’ve painted three of them here, all in the excystation phase, where cells with multiple nuclei split apart and rapidly infect the host. From […]