I Wish I Hadn't Sat at the Back In Science
Work based on the wall charts and posters and diagrams I gazed at during science lessons.
I have always liked classical architecture. The ideas for these images are taken from buildings in Florence, Sienna and Rome.
Do It Yourself: No Skill Required!
This work was inspired by my frustration when trying to put together a self-assembly high-chair.
The hand-tools belonged to my step-father Irwin, who always had the right tools for the right job.
Combining roller prints, offsetting and transfer drawing. Oil-based printing inks.
This series is based on the journeys my missionary great-grand-parents made from the Loyalty Islands in the South Pacific back to England.
High and Dry
Sketchbook pages based on walks along the beach after a storm.
Transience and Mutability.
images include a flower from a pumpkin plant, a death's-head hawk moth, architectural fragments from Ostia Antica and Icarus taking flight.
All beauty fades and decays.
Going back to my roots as a textile designer and exploring pattern and colour.