Exhibited as part of my solo exhibition “One for Sorrow” in 2015 at the Peterborough City Gallery. Digitally Painted in Photoshop with the use of a Wacom drawing tablet and now available as a limited edition series of fine art Giclée Prints (of 50).
This piece explores themes of death, religion, historic figures, mythology, class, wealth, sloth. References to Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary and the use of silver in folklore and ancient literature.
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I'm a conceptual artist based in Peterborough UK. I create digital and traditional paintings that explore macabre themes mixed with melancholic, surrealist imagery. My work is influenced by pop surrealism and Victorian era photography, which inspire the eerie atmospheres portrayed in my original paintings.
My past exhibitions include: Free Art Friday Peterborough, One for Sorrow – solo exhibition, Fresh Take at Burghley House, Metal’s Indie-Vision Billboard Project and the Peterborough Cowgate Underpass Project.
I also participate in live spray painting festivals and illustration events such as Bristol’s Upfest, Peterborough’s Overground Arts Festival and the Stamford Art Festival.