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The sun can wait

A week from the next show, and I’m feeling more than the burn of the heatwave.

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Death Complex

It expresses the way in which the mind creates a myriad maze of rationale for a possible afterlife, one which is filled with blind alleyways, wrong turns and endless wanderings. I thought I was done with the skulls to be honest, but this one presented itself in that momentary lapse between waking and sleeping, and […]

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Notes From Two Easels-Speaking in tongues, collaboration between David Van Gough and Mark Jesinoski

Major exciting day in which myself and Mark Jesinoski collaborated on two panels consecutively as a project for the Speaking in tongues show at Mosaic, Sept 4.

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Notes from an Easel

I’m traveling at the speed of light at the moment.

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Notes from an Easel-Disintergration 2

I’m delighted with the way the current piece is going-the devil is in the detail as they say. I’m either heady on the work,or the cocktail of oil and turpentine is sending me on a weird high,but I couldn’t be happier with my output at the moment.

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Notes from an Easel-Disintergration

Worked on laying the foundation for this one today.It took me a while to loosen up again after the two week break from oils.

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Head Candy-hell in a hand basket

“Right Hand, Done by the Left Hand” Acrylic and cotton thread on panel 6″ x 8″

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Raw Emotions

From pounding pavements, Sunday fares, back street cafés, dive bars, nightclubs, concert halls, high street gallery’s, convention centers to grand museums,over a twenty year period-it’s fairly safe to say, that I have done every kind of venue.

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Giving the finger to days gone by

It would be all too easy, to say that the weekend ended as it began-RAW.

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