I’ve been working on this lonesome beast lately, playing with hazy white acrylic layers. London has such old and ominous/beautiful buildings, i stroll through them while the cold tries to bite off my fingers.Read More
‘ Living On The Stegosaurus ‘ is my new piece for the upcoming Gallery 33 exhibition ‘Feathers’ . It’s a group show where a range of artists were invited to create work involving dinosaurs ! Impossible to decline. And my first piece of work exhibited in Europe !
Here is the flyer :Read More
A rare and crumbling creature. Not usually spotted in a French sunflower field.
Although, the Wooly Rhino did graze throughout Europe in the Pleistocene until it was (proposedly) hunted into extinction by Neanderthan and early Human peoples…
I really love the strange, empty horizoned halfway point of this painting , so will show that here .Read More
I’ve been wandering around France in a strange daze. The quaint beauty and the flower baskets. The 500 year old buildings. The doorways … this one is inspired by such and is thus named ‘Portal’. I love the layers of the ancient and the new. Strange to me, being from such a young country as New Zealand. I’ve been playing with gesso to get the misty and eroded textures at the lower part …Read More