Tag Archives: salthouse

faux, the love of artifice

some thoughts on the wider significance of the lichens… it seems quite simple – they signify life amongst the decay, a sign of gentle renewal, the circle of life, the quiet resilience of nature, all the more poignant when experienced within the context of a graveyard, existing on the very surface that marks and memorialises [...]

an hour by the riverbank

pen and ink sketch, about half an hour… a real challenge to draw water, and the sun kept going in and out…

another sketch, another half-hour or so… dappled shade….

intriguing refractions of tree branches…

shafts of sunlight, tree reflections and underwater vegetation…

ah… a found painting, a little monet… or any of the derivatives…
the salthouse 09 art exhibition [...]

salthouse, uninterrupted views

on the art exhibition salthouse: salt of the earth, at salthouse church, norfolk…

[detail of my work, saltscapes i-xxv, at the salthouse : salt of the earth art exhibition]
over the weekend i gave a brief artist talk on my work in this exhibition, saltscapes, about the ideas and concepts behind it and my use of materials…

i was [...]