I am a painter, printmaker & sculptor creating works from small prints & paintings for private collections to monumental sculptures for public display.
- On TimeIn John Banville’s novel, Ghosts, the protagonist comes to live on a sparsely populated island and reflects on the slow pace of life there: “Time. Time on my hands. That is a strange phrase. From those first weeks on the island I recall especially the afternoons, slow, silent, oddly mysterious stretches of something that seemed […]
- LifeThe following black and white prints were inspired by an excerpt from the novel, Elizabeth Finch by one of my favourite writers, Julian Barnes. Barnes also poses the meta question – “is art a depiction of reality, a concentration of it, a superior substitute for it, or just a beguiling irrelevance? ” This query gnaws […]
- Backing into the FuturePrevious blogs have talked about writers who use painters has protagonists in order to illustrate their own struggles with writing. In his novel Orfeo, Richard Powers uses a musician and composer as protagonist to explore not just the role of writing but of the arts in general. The novel is a wealth of information about […]