The pack mentality (be that in dogs or people) can result in fear or aggression when met with difference. This painting is varnished acrylic on mdf mounted on painted wood with tacks.
First shown at the ‘Downtothebone’ exhibition at ONCA Gallery in 2013. Other exhibiting artists included: Polly Morgan, Rob Ryan, David Lloyd and Zachary Walsh.
A drawing of a warm night wandering in Tokyo, later worked up in watercolour with the help of a photograph. This painting was commissioned by a
A Map of the London Underground
A map of the London Underground with flowers, painted in gouache, watercolour and inks. The original has a green background and was adapted from
A portrait in pencil and paint of fiddler and theatre director, Zoe Hinks.
A drawing in ballpoint on paper finished with acrylic.
A painting exploring pack mentality in the face of difference. Shown at the 'Down to the Bone' exhibition at ONCA gallery.
Tribes – Steampunk
A portrait based on a drawing from life of Tarik Elmoutawakil a prominent figure amongst the steampunk community in Brighton.
Tribes – New Hat
A portrait loosely based on a drawing from life of Count Adriano Fettucini, a 'Gentleman' juggler, unicyclist and boylesque performer.
Street Tales – Mab
Traditional folk story meets contemporary city. Mab was the traditional name for the queen of the fairies.
Tribes – Aerialist
A portrait in varnished acrylic on card based on a drawing from life of Kitty Peels, an aerialist and burlesque performer.
Street Tales – Red Hood
Based around the traditional folk narrative set in a wood, always a place of anarchy and danger, Red Hood finds herself lost in the city.