Can Less Really Be More In Art ?

The White Horse by John Constable

My compositional choices and what I choose to paint are very clear, to only include what’s absolutely necessary. I only paint what is needed; subjects that add to the aesthetic of the piece. I use my artistic licence to ignore the unnecessary or mundane objects or subjects within an image. So I create paintings that […]

Dance Like Nobody’s Watching: International Dance Day 2021

International Dance Day is hosted by the International Theatre Institute and celebrates something that is very close to my heart – dance and dancing. This year in particular has been difficult for those who love to dance as many places associated with dancing have been closed due to the pandemic. Theatres, halls and even nightclubs […]

Final Week of January Studio Sale!

I) The Turbine Hall – Tate Modern Acrylic on paper A1. An early work based on a sketch I did whilst having a break at Tate Modern, reality or abstraction? Sale price: £250   II) Red, Black, Beige – Terry Acrylic on paper 81×42 cm. One of series of paintings using a palette of red, […]

January Online Studio Art Sale! – ‘Bubble & Squeak’

This series of abstract images are called ‘Bubble & Squeak’ – I painted all of these to relax after completing difficult pieces of work that needed extra concentration for the detail. They show my excursions into abstract pattern, playing with one of my obsessions which is complimentary colours. This collection not only allowed me to […]