Month: September 2018
White, mid-grey and black: a simple and effective treatment for this venerable beech tree. Drawn using Molotow All4One Hybrid Acrylic marker pens. Savernake Beech hybrid acrylic on A4 paper mounted in ice-white card to fit 16 x 12″ frame £50 (click to visit shop) “Savernake Beech” was painted for the Artikinesis exhibition We Are
There is an oak tree in Savernake Forest called the Cathedral Oak. It gets its name from its enormous, hollow trunk, into which we can peer through one of several narrow cracks or windows. Looking up at the massive branches framing a bright spring sky, I found an airier alternative to those closeted cloisters. Forest
Welcome to my new web site! It will go live in September October November, but I am busy building it now. All of 2018’s art will be copied over from my old blog (which will remain as an archive) along with a selection of older pieces. Edit: There were a few delays.