Tag Archives: centrepoint

the devil is in the detail

It’s all about the surface, the painting’s fractured surface, the myriad textures of surfaces, the light-reflecting surface of matter… the tiny crevices and small fissures, the incidental, the accidental, balancing control with chance, new and yet ancient history, of seismic ground shifts, the earth shivers… tremours, vibrations, eruptions… the surge of the river, at the [...]

ten edgescapes, london

A couple of shots of the installation of my work at Centrepoint in London – the exhibition is on until January 13, 2009; for visitor info email or visit the Targetfollow website…

Edgescapes: Mire (aka marsh), Corros and Costa…

Edgescapes: Fyre, Fenn and Rost…

Ten Edgescapes (including Meld, Haze, Voda and Mist…)

In the zone

All ten of my newest large paintings are now on show at Centrepoint Tower in London…

My work is in the zone, the central zone, zone one in fact. I wasn’t present for the installation so exhibition photographs will follow shortly… If you are tempted to know a little bit more about these paintings, receive an [...]