Month: June 2017

Baby Scan Artwork: Now Available

Baby Scan Artwork: Now Available

Newness: Baby Scan Artwork I have been wanting to create baby scan artwork for quite some time. After living with my prints day n day out, I wanted to use my method of creating artwork to do something else that would be a great gift […]

My Week in Art #11 – New Artwork In Progress

My Week in Art #11 – New Artwork In Progress

My Week in Art #11 – new artwork & those in progress The new artwork I finished above has basically given our flat a new housemate. My new life-size abstract work is currently keeping e company in the dining space, looking at me working away! […]

My Week in Art #10 – Finishing My Large Abstract Artworks

My Week in Art #10 – Finishing My Large Abstract Artworks

My Week in Art #10 – ten whole weeks creating large abstract artworks This week I have been putting the finishing touches to my current series of large abstract artworks. Firstly, by starting the largest of the lot, a canvas at 40 x 50 inches which […]

How to: Be More Eco Friendly as an Artist

How to: Be More Eco Friendly as an Artist

Can You Make Eco-Friendly Art? As a student, I used to make the most un-eco-friendly art. With student loan and bursary to spend on materials, I’d go mad buying paints, solvents, mediums and loads of paper. As I have always been quite prolific with my artworks, […]

Art and the Sea: Exploring the Relationship

Art and the Sea: Exploring the Relationship

Art and the Sea: Exploring the Relationship Like almost everyone I imagine, I love to be near the sea. Living in Brighton and having about a whole 3mm of sea view from the skylight in my loft, the sea is a big part of my […]

Making Art Outdoors: Simple Advice

Making Art Outdoors: Simple Advice

As you might already know and will know much more soon, I am making some very big art right now. With my current work in Sidewinder and my series coming to an end, I am going out with a bang before the next project with […]

How To: Care for Your “Artist’s Hands”

How To: Care for Your “Artist’s Hands”

After any artistic session involving copious amounts of paints, spirits, solvents and glues, I look down at my “artist’s hands” when the madness of getting that idea out of my brain has subsided and think “oh my, my hands are ruined!”. I’m not saying before […]

My Week in Art #9 – Large Abstract Paintings

My Week in Art #9 – Large Abstract Paintings

My Week in Art #9 – Large Abstract Paintings These large abstract prints have made their way into the world via various layers of paint and printing this weekend. Their colour scheme worked well, especially when all three are hung together like they have been in […]

My Week in Art #8 – Exhibiting at Sidewinder Brighton

My Week in Art #8 – Exhibiting at Sidewinder Brighton

My Week in Art #8 – Exhibiting at Sidewinder, Brighton and More Last week I was contacted by Sidewinder Brighton to say there was now space to exhibit my work on their very spacious wall during the month of June. I gladly accepted and within […]

My Top 10 Artists on Instagram

My Top 10 Artists on Instagram

My social media usage is usually just scrolling through artists on Instagram, looking for new ideas and inspiration. Of course, there’s always a little bit of the usual staying in touch and finding the best memes ever! But mainly, my Instagram is for stalking artists and […]