Well, nothing is new is it? But after creating an artwork a day during the 1st lockdown I haven't managed to produce much at all towards the end of last year. But I have been mulling over ideas for 2021. Inspired by a phrase in Michael Hampton's Unshelfmarked [Uniform Press] I've been inclined to combine my photography, painting and interest in graphic design in some way for some time and I have included text in my paintings from time to tine anyway. It does mean that the finished pieces will ultimately be digital prints but I'm hoping [cue that phrase] Taxanomically Awkward. The image above is just something I knocked up to illustrate the idea for this post but I may stick to the double spread idea. Anyway, Happy New Year, if such a thing is possible!
I did a little commission! Some layered sunset shots and a digital landscape of the Holms off Weston-Super-Mare. My mock-up below and the finished article in situ below that.
Here I am back from a scorching 10 days in Corfu and I'm pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting [and selling] my Random Features photographs at the Great North Wood, West Norwood for a month commencing October 7th.