October 8, 2016

Have you ever found that sometimes an inanimate object can be something you develop a relationship with. For example when I was more inclined to write poems, plays and novels rather than create art, I had a special mug. This mug took on a more prominent role than simpl...

July 18, 2016

This weekend I attended the Artserve RedEye: Reality Reimagined event in which I had 2 paintings on the wall, one that was called 'Reading Proust' that was designed to be funny and make a joke out of the sort of task it is getting through the 10,000 or so pages of his...

July 5, 2016

Now I'm not going to lie, doing activism with your art before you're an established artists is a scary prospect. I feel like I'm providing people a way to say no to me before they see my art properly, based on the perspective on an issue that I take with my pieces.

It i...

June 28, 2016

At art fairs the first thing most commonly that I hear when people walk into my booth is 'It's like Van Gogh'. Although 99% really like my work and it is complimentary for my work to be compared to a master like Van Gogh, I'm certainly a fan of his works but I would sa...

December 30, 2015

This documentary is about the impressionist painter Pissaro. I include this because you may want to learn more about artists from the past like I regularly try to. There's so many artists at so many differing times so appreciating or understanding them and their signif...

November 21, 2015

This can let you know that this selection of posts are not going to be 100% art themed. It is likely to include other topics of discussion that I want to talk about that could be my writing projects or it could be animal rights related. These are all things I want to c...

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