Thursday, 20 May 2021

Lastest Commision

 Off to it's new home...

In my mind the painting is called            Karaoki Moon

 




Wednesday, 24 March 2021

The Fates - Pandemic

 I have been working on this, The Fates - Pandemic. It's very large, 130cm x 170cm. Oil on canvas with mixed media, (plaster and thread). 

The Fates or Moirai – are a group of three weaving goddesses who assign individual destinies to mortals at birth. 

Consistently portrayed as three women spinners, each of the three Fates had a different task, revealed by her very name: Clotho (the Spinner), spun the thread of life, Lachesis (the Alloter), measured its allotted length, and Atropos (the Inflexible) cut it off with her shears. Sometimes, each of the Fates was assigned to a specific period of time: More details here. https://www.greekmythology.com/Other_Gods/The_Fates/the_fates.html

I have also loosly incorperated the elements, fire(Clotho), Earth (Lachesis) and Water (Atropos).

Here are some close ups.



 


Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Endless

                                             Endless 170 x 130cm oil on canvas

 This very large painting is a development of a piece I made last year, (isolation; emotional toll,)

I used the same image and flipped it, which created a different feeling in the viewer. It is a very large canvas but the figure is the same size as in the previous piece. The figure and background are quite thickly painted and there are areas of texture which is to represent the fabric or the painting, and the world being riped and torn but more of the same is revealed.

 


Thursday, 11 February 2021

Wednesday, 21 October 2020

still working on this

 I think it's finished.

FADING, oil on canvas 100 x 100cm



Thursday, 3 September 2020

After having been away....

 I find I like the zombie ones better... will re explore with pale colours. 


Wednesday, 29 July 2020

And in the meantime on the zombie theme

Here is a drawing of a dead wren that I did yesterday.
 

DEAD WREN 50 x 50 cm charcol and coloured pencil on  brown paper (clear gesso.)

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