Recently I exhibited a collection of works from the vaults at –
That Art Gallery in Bristol, UK. It was a great turn out and a big thanks to all who made it down to the opening.
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One of my favourite pieces from the exhibition >
‘PEACE’ – 48.5cm x 38cm (framed)
Acrylic on found Vintage Clip-board
The final wall for 2016 was in London town in December. Battling the rain was tough, but was finally completed! The Union Jack reference was used to influence my colour choice. it was an interesting time for me to be in London when the Brexit decision came through. My mural subtly touches on this issue.
Flora + Fauna – A Florida themed mural I was commissioned to paint, late last year in Jacksonville, USA. During my stay in Jacksonville I was surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean that helped inspired this piece.
I am very happy to have finished the largest wall I have ever painted! Big thanks to Art Republic for the support.
The mural, located in the city centre, took 3 weeks with an assistant to complete. 4 days to sketch up the design on a 9 storey wall x 100m (at least!) Here are some shots of the progression of the weeks.
What a Beast!
October 2016. I was invited back to Washington DC for a 2nd time!
– to paint in another Mural project. Was Quite happy with this new colour-palette I tried out on this wall.
For any DC local, my wall is located on NW Georgia Ave.
Photo courtesy from Mario E. Ramírez Capellá
Progress shots in the rain!!
Last September I was very fortunate to be invited to Buenos Aires, Argentina for COLOR BA – Mural Festival. I stayed in the Barrio of La Boca (The Mouth) and port of Buenos Aires – I painted a Spring themed mural dude to the blossoming of the surrounding areas and flowers in the area. Spring has arrived! – ‘Primavera’
During my recent travels to Melbourne, I caught up with Tom Gerrard for an official BenchTalk Podcast !!
A nice conversation over beers about recent travel, projects and relocating to Berlin from Melbourne. Check it out HERE
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– – 7 colour Hand-pulled Silkscreen print —
PRINTING: 7 colour Screen print
PAPER: Artistico 300gsm 100% cotton rag
SIZE: 500 x 660 mm
EDITION: 40, signed and numbered by Artist
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My two 9 storey walls I painted during my 2 week stay in Kiev were influenced by Kiev’s unique architecture and especially the Large monument “Mother of Motherland”(Батьківщина-Мати)
The 2 murals connect together as a diptych to depict A mother’s love for her Daughter. This theme has been explored through elements of female forms in motion, almost flowing like the river. The action of passing down knowledge to the next generation of Kiev…
Big thanks to the great team at Art United Us for the support and this amazing experience. Kiev is magical!
Currently in Kiev, Ukraine working on a project with ArtUnitedUs.
I get to play with 2 walls side by side! The plan is to join up the walls to make one larger design. Lets see how this one turns out! Love Kiev.
Some nice progress shots of the 1st wall in process.
Late last year, I was invited to paint a famous doorway of a famous Building located on the busy street of Lafayette, Manhattan NY.
October marked the occasion that New York was one of the only cities in USA, at that time, that was accepting Refugees. I decided to paint an Immigration themed wall that subtly touched on this issue that is still very current today. The mural is titled HOME. I hope since then USA has opened its doors up further. We shall see…