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
Otherwise known as the New Zealand Wood Pidgeon, it is endemic to our corner of the world. I shall dub this one Kereru Rouge , as i really exaggerated the reds in the feathers. I’ve used a gesso block to add an interesting texture to this one . And now to decide , black frame – or cream frame … ?Read More
I was commissioned to paint an epic landscape of my city , Wellington. Here she goes. So much detail ! Some close-up peeks ….. The weather is famously windy and insane here , so i’ve tried to reflect that with the painting changing between dark evening stormclouds and a calm sunset.Read More