Texture and Paint with a glint of gold or silver leaf conspire to weave an imposing visual narrative.
Urban Wetlands At Dusk IThis was the first of it's kind and only 45 cm w x 30cm H. The following commission was 300cm W x 210cm H!
An Unlikely Matrix triptychUnfortunately the original painting purchased for this project was too large to navigate into the apartment so the designer had it printed at high resolution onto three panels and reassembled in situ. The owner has both a one off print AND the original piece to enjoy. Many thanks to Stan Katz and photographer Simon Eldon https://www.simoneldon.co.uk/
Urban Wetlands at Dusk IIThe first big canvas I created for The Sofa and Chair company 300cm W x 210cm H
Urban Wetlands at Dusk IIII remember being asked "How will you make sure they are all the same?" and I realised very quickly that the point is that they are all unique and change according to so many variables
Urban Wetlands IVThis piece is often used as a backdrop for glamerous promotional shot by The Sofa and Chair company
Urban Wetlands XVIIThis piece incorporated soft blues and bronzes taken from the interior furnishings
Urban Wetlands at Dusk in SituCommissioned by Diaz Interiors to compliment their colour scheme in this London residence
Urban Wetlands at Dusk TriptychThis triptych was designed for the entrance lobby of a newly refurbished central London office building
Pearlescent and polished plasters form multilayered yet light imagery.
The Lavender FieldsThis dining room diptych has a pearlescent background using @Perlata paint and details in silver and damson metallics. Interior design and styling. Many thanks to interior designer Sarah Mailer ...it was a lovely project to work on and the design meetings with the client were so enjoyable.
Summer Wetlands (Detail 01)Adding small red details which will be gilded in gold. The red helps me to find all of those tiny details and enriches the colour of the gold
200cm W x 110cm H
Summer Wetlands in Paynes Greywith a taupe polished plaster background and flora in grey, paynes grey and blue with silver metallic highlights and added gold leaf details
Summer Heath in BloomThis is the 2nd piece Sarah Mailer commissioned for this comfortable and glamerous residential project
Abstract landscapes create wide open vistas of endless scope. Inspired by the wide open Lincolnshire landscapes of my childhood.
Broken Bridge IMy first imaginary landscape inspired by the open space and endless skies I enjoyed in my Lincolnshire and Rutland
The Lux deco Decorex stand 2017Thanks to Laura Hammett Interiors for the Instagram shot taken from the stand during the show
Harvest I Part 1This piece was commissioned by Luxdeco for their stand at Decorex. It incorporates many of the colours used in this relaxed room scheme.
Becoming a diptychThe new owner of "Harvest" wanted to expand the piece in her room so I took back the original to work from and created a 2nd piece to expand the view. With bespoke frames painted in a complimentary taupe finish
Juddering texture and deep bronze and blacks create gritty abstract vistas. Inspired by Rutland Water
Wetlands At Night
plasters and pigments fuse in a nocturnal take on the wetland theme
Wetland at Night IMy first experiment using polished plaster as a base for artwork involving bladed pearlescent glazes
Icy tones and crisp textures lend a cooling air to interiors.
Frozen Tundra IBlush Pink, grey and mink glazes with misty white and silver leaf touches 300cm W x 210cmH
Created for The Sofa and Chair Company's pop up shop on Kings Road
Brooding and mysterious these layered pieces add subtle drama to a room.