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  • Brave

    £595.00

    Acrylic, matt gel medium and copper leaf on canvas.

     

    I often use gold and precious metal leaf in my work to reflect and encourage light.

     

    I am inspired by the relationship that native Americans had with the sun and the positive effects that light can have on us.

     

    100cm x 100cm

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  • Broken

    £250.00

    Acrylic, ink and collage on paper (unframed).

    This painting was inspired by a walk in the woods in Dorset last winter. The woods were dark and quiet, the silence broken by the occasional patter of snow falling off the branches on to the forest floor.

     

    24cm x 59cm

    1 in stock

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  • Bronze vessel 1

    £350.00

    Bronze vessel in cast bronze – part of the Bronze elements collection.

     

    This collection draws inspiration from the incomplete narrative and the ambiguity present in the ancient artifacts of our lost civilizations.  There is an emphasis on organic distortion, as part of the never- ending investigative process, where the properties of the materials and  the casting process more than often craft the direction and evolution of the final piece.  Like a found relic no matter the size, beauty is always going to be found in the most inconspicuous and overlooked details.

    7 x 7 x 13cm

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  • Bronze vessel 13

    £350.00

    Bronze vessel in cast bronze – part of the Bronze elements collection.

     

    This collection draws inspiration from the incomplete narrative and the ambiguity present in the ancient artifacts of our lost civilizations.  There is an emphasis on organic distortion, as part of the never- ending investigative process, where the properties of the materials and  the casting process more than often craft the direction and evolution of the final piece.  Like a found relic no matter the size, beauty is always going to be found in the most inconspicuous and overlooked details.

    7 x 7 x 15cm

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  • Bronze vessel 15

    £350.00

    Bronze vessel in cast bronze – part of the Bronze elements collection.

     

    This collection draws inspiration from the incomplete narrative and the ambiguity present in the ancient artifacts of our lost civilizations.  There is an emphasis on organic distortion, as part of the never- ending investigative process, where the properties of the materials and  the casting process more than often craft the direction and evolution of the final piece.  Like a found relic no matter the size, beauty is always going to be found in the most inconspicuous and overlooked details.

    7 x 7 x 15cm

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  • Bronze vessel 16

    £350.00

    Bronze vessel in cast bronze – part of the Bronze elements collection.

     

    This collection draws inspiration from the incomplete narrative and the ambiguity present in the ancient artifacts of our lost civilizations.  There is an emphasis on organic distortion, as part of the never- ending investigative process, where the properties of the materials and  the casting process more than often craft the direction and evolution of the final piece.  Like a found relic no matter the size, beauty is always going to be found in the most inconspicuous and overlooked details.

    8 x 8 x 13cm

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  • Bronze vessel 3

    £350.00

    Bronze vessel in cast bronze – part of the Bronze elements collection.

     

    This collection draws inspiration from the incomplete narrative and the ambiguity present in the ancient artifacts of our lost civilizations.  There is an emphasis on organic distortion, as part of the never- ending investigative process, where the properties of the materials and  the casting process more than often craft the direction and evolution of the final piece.  Like a found relic no matter the size, beauty is always going to be found in the most inconspicuous and overlooked details.

    7 x 6 x 14cm

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  • Burromosca (Maggiore)

    £1,280.00

    Mixed media on canvas -acrylic,collage and wax (framed).

    Part of the Wild Flower series.

    A love-letter to nature; to the countryside;to natural beauty. Burromosca ( Maggiore) is one of several studies of butterflies.  A natural wood frame complements this piece.

     

    76cm x 61cm

    1 in stock

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  • By The Lake

    £595.00

    Collage of Hampstead Heath lake on enlarged digital photograph .

    I spend a lot of time people watching and, after an afternoon on Hampstead Heath, I started this collage.

    Inspired by a bit of daydreaming and a watching people enjoying the lake and the environment around it.

    The view didnt capture the London skyline so I collaged it in and Voilà.

    A black wood frame complements this piece.

    84.5 x 64.5cm

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  • Catalyst 1

    £1,950.00

    Acrylic on canvas (framed)Another favourite Lockdown theme of mine: foxgloves.

    At a time when there was little life around, I relied on whatever was growing in the garden to fill my sketchbooks. Foxgloves are graceful yet at the same time can be quite unruly and an interesting subject matter. I’ve painted these using many colour combinations and techniques over the past few years, but they really came into their own during lockdown.

     

    These large versions became known as “catalysts” because of the way they initiated so much inspiration for me during lockdown. A wood floater frame complements this piece.

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  • Catalyst 2

    £1,950.00

    Acrylic on canvas (framed)Another favourite Lockdown theme of mine: foxgloves.

    At a time when there was little life around, I relied on whatever was growing in the garden to fill my sketchbooks. Foxgloves are graceful yet at the same time can be quite unruly and an interesting subject matter. I’ve painted these using many colour combinations and techniques over the past few years, but they really came into their own during lockdownThese large versions became known as “catalysts” because of the way they initiated so much inspiration for me during lockdown.

    A wood floater frame complements this piece.

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  • Ceramic glazed dressing jug denim blue

    £30.00

    Ceramic stoneware dressing jug in a lovely denim blue – unique and made by hand.  It is custom pigmented with a high fire glaze.  It is a unique piece of tableware and fully functional.  Each piece of art from my current collection is inspired by a certain kind of musical harmony or mode and a dance genre.

     

    I create with passion to convey the impression of momentum.  I enjoy the challenge of working on duality of the art form that is both abstract and concrete, decorative and functional.  Suitable for liquids or sauces – the capacity is approximately 50ml.

    7 x 8cm

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