Friday, 27 July 2012


The way in which we view the world around us is not set in concrete; instead it changes depending on a wide range of circumstances.

My work tends to be realised through an amalgam of digital imagery, cardboard sculpture and painted elements, the status of which rises and falls depending on the context, but, all the while alluding to an ever shifting understanding of myself, place and time.
My current work revolves around re-Working previous motifs that questioned the nature of authenticity of material / medium within our contemporary culture of the copy.

Seymour 2012 - Digitally re-Worked of my oil painting Seymour, after Hans Holbien. 199 x 149 cm


My Cousin Wellington  2012 - Digitally re-Worked painting - 199 x 149 cm

After Holbien 2012 - Digitally re-Worked painting (Portrait #1 Girl with an oven glove on her head, after Hans Holbien) - 199 x 149 cm

After Artemisia - Hey Jude 2012 - Digitally re-Worked mixed media projection - 199 x 149 cm