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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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Rhossili Clown Girl

Rhossili Clown Girl Featured

I’m pleased to be able to present the first of my new pieces, Rhossili Clown Girl. It’s painted on heavy watercolour paper with watercolours, ink and acrylic. The small scale of the piece appeals to me, I’ve always like small works and working small, despite going large at times. I…

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