Rush Hour
Rush Hour

2012

Pen on Paper

720x410mm

Hellequin
Hellequin

2010-11

Oil on Linen

18500x1150mm

Like a mischievous demon that eludes definition, this painting deceives and plays with the eye. Inspired by the words of Heraclitus describing the constantly infinitely changing natural world, the painting explores the limits of a 2-dimensional canvas; using dynamic composition and monochromatic forms to create something that eternally shifts and slithers under the gaze. The paint reflects and refracts the light with the fluidity of water, within, out of and into the surface.

Invisible City
Invisible City

2012

Bitumen and Acrylic on Canvas

1000x1000mm

Inspired by the writings of Italo Calvino, I set out to create a mystical interpretation of experiencing London as a mechanical beast. Taking a cross-section perspective through the layers of buildings and transport infrastructure; like the greasy internals of an oily engine, criss-crossed with streams of dark blurred movement illuminated only by white gleaming light, representing the contrast between the visible workings and invisible undercurrents within the urban hierarchy.

 

Architectural Myopia (Detail)
Architectural Myopia (Detail)
Architectural Myopia
Architectural Myopia

2012

Acrylic and Bitumen on Canvas

1700x950mm

Rush Hour
Hellequin
Invisible City
Architectural Myopia (Detail)
Architectural Myopia
Rush Hour

2012

Pen on Paper

720x410mm

Hellequin

2010-11

Oil on Linen

18500x1150mm

Like a mischievous demon that eludes definition, this painting deceives and plays with the eye. Inspired by the words of Heraclitus describing the constantly infinitely changing natural world, the painting explores the limits of a 2-dimensional canvas; using dynamic composition and monochromatic forms to create something that eternally shifts and slithers under the gaze. The paint reflects and refracts the light with the fluidity of water, within, out of and into the surface.

Invisible City

2012

Bitumen and Acrylic on Canvas

1000x1000mm

Inspired by the writings of Italo Calvino, I set out to create a mystical interpretation of experiencing London as a mechanical beast. Taking a cross-section perspective through the layers of buildings and transport infrastructure; like the greasy internals of an oily engine, criss-crossed with streams of dark blurred movement illuminated only by white gleaming light, representing the contrast between the visible workings and invisible undercurrents within the urban hierarchy.

 

Architectural Myopia (Detail)
Architectural Myopia

2012

Acrylic and Bitumen on Canvas

1700x950mm

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