As an artist, the things you see are filtered in ways that other people might find strange, and you often have a brain full of ideas in various stages of incubation. Originally created as a response on Pop My Mind.
A surreal, exploratory dreamscape created in response to a prompt on Pop My Mind. Please click for full size on this one, it's far better in full view, I promise. This was one of the biggest pieces I've done for a while, and I'm so glad I decided to push myself and create this as a… Continue reading Journey Into Mind
An experimental piece I made for a prompt on Pop My Mind a while ago - a demon lady painted with nail polish and white eyeliner!
A response on Pop My Mind to Olivers Portrait of Eternal Loneliness. I was inspired by the snake-like shape of the original image, and the idea of the Leviathan, a great serpent-like monster that encircles the world. A great unknowable creature lurking in the dark.
A response on Pop My Mind to the Let's Talk theme around mental health and it's connections to art. Most of the stresses and anxieties I have can be linked back to my hands. Being prone to RSI causes a lot of pain that feeds into fears of not being able to make work, or… Continue reading From A Stone
A response on Pop My Mind, for the Fragmentation theme. This one is a self-portrait, exploring the divide, bleed and crossover of artist and artwork, and the blurry edges where you end and your work begins. A fun experiment, with a gratuitous application of black face paint.
A response to the theme of 'Nightmare' on Pop My Mind. This piece is based on my own fear of open water, and what might lurk beneath it. Available as a print on Society6, INPRNT and Design By Humans