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on feeling the pressure of a new exhibition

more exhibition news: i have had two more of my earth/bound series of works selected for a new curated art exhibition, feeling the pressure at Rhyl Arts Centre in Wales.

these are the exhibition invites, which have a curious printed lustre, looking a little like smooth granite or stone & gold on a tombstone. i do [...]

on art and the sea

a few days back i attended a one day conference at the UEA (university of east anglia), art and the sea. there was an engaging and diverse mix of contributors in the day’s programme, from scientists to museum curators, and artists.
thinking about the effects of the sea on the coastline got me thinking again about [...]


i have been looking through a (not so black) hole again. from this secret perspective this painting’s surface looks rather like a malformed, distant planet…

somewhere high above, looking through a porthole, slowly coming into land (again)…

and below, closer to terra firma…

earth/bound II, 2011, 30cm x 30cm, mixed media on panel
earth/bound II is one of a [...]