I believe we are here to look after each other, including those who are different to us. I make art to connect with people I will never meet. It is a statement about what I see and a question about what they see, to share in our common humanity. I live in an age when the earth faces an environmental and humanitarian crisis through man-made global warming, and art is the best way I know to reflect my time and place using colour, shape and writing to support those who work towards making the world cool again for our grandchildren. According to the experts, we can achieve this if we all work together.
BATHROOM MIRROR (DESCENT) safely delivered to Plough Arts Centre, Great Torrington, Devon
for Radical Landscapes exhibition
22/03/19 to 20/04/19.
RE-READING PHILIP ROTH (THE HUMAN CHAIN) still viewable at Studio 73 Brixton Village until Monday 18/03/19
IF YOU ASK ME (LOST AGAIN) & (SYDNEY BLUES) submitted for RA Summer Exhibition, London