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Meg Of The Rocks - Featured

I’ve spent the last month and a bit focusing on finishing some unfinished works. My ways of working have evolved a lot since I started getting back into art work in 2016. These paintings were begun in 2018, developed in a manner that later warped into my way of working…

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Inktober Pieces October 2020

Prompt #15 - Outpost

For a number of years I’ve been spotting Inktober work being shared across my various social media. I always fancied trying to join in at some point, but year after year I’ve not got myself in a position to do it. This year however, was very different – I started…

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Graphite And Ink Works 2020

The Message - Featured

Over the year I’ve been following the urge to work using pencils and inks, something I’ve not really done in anger for a long time. It has been a big old learning curve for me, and very labour-intensive. I’ve been training to improve my ability with pencils, along with developing…

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Mixed Media & Religion Pieces

Days Gone - Mr Tan's Sermon Featured

The last few months I have been working on some newer digital based pieces, with a loose theme around Welsh religious fervour, hellfire and brimstone. These pieces marked a bit of a departure to the previous work as they have used additional steps to create the final piece. They also…

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The Cardiff Giant

Day's Gone - The Cardiff Giant Featured

Happy to have another completed image under my belt – working around other commitments I’ve managed to get this piece finished. Tapping into my love of giants, gothic Americana and old folktales / hoaxes, is a family portrait of the Cardiff Giant. Now, he’s not from my Cardiff, but one…

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The Marriage And The Betrayal

Days Gone - The Marriage Featured

These are my first two pieces for 2019. The idea came from a photo I bought that featured the three people in cosutme. The central pair in each picture is two-thirds of that image, manipulated into a new place and uncertain narrative. Both of these will be featuring in my…

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