Category Archives: painting

Migration Patterns

Migration Patterns is a new series of 13 portraits, painted onto the pages of a discarded road atlas. Everyone has a story, and their story is there to be read on their faces. This is a collection of portraits of Brighton people, each painted onto a map of their adolescent homeland. The teenage years are […]

Trump

Acrylic on Canvas, 400mm x 500mm Donald Trump, the man who may yet become the 45th President of the United States.

#Brexit

The UK recently held a referendum (ostensibly) over whether to remain in the EU or not. The outcome was 52% in favour of abandoning the Union and ‘taking our country back’ (and other mendacious mis-truths). The country is still in shock, the political parties are in freefall, and there is an overwhelming sense of confusion, […]

Meredith (2015)

I met Meredith sometime around 1995, after she left a note in my pigeonhole in Oxford, suggesting we meet. I had no idea who she was, but agreed anyway. We spent a delightful evening in a bar where she told me various tales of her life in Hollywood. Acrylic on canvas 600mm x 600mm Our […]