Study for a Fragment III

“Study for a Fragment III” – Etching, 40x30cm, Edition of 10.

These studies are an opportunity for me to experiment with the printmaking techniques of etching. The prints bridge the gap between my initial idea and starting a painting. Drawing allows me to answer compositional questions and is essential for me to understand the line, shape and volume of my subject.

Study for A Fragment II

“Study for a Fragment II” – Etching, 40x30cm, Edition of 10.

These studies are an opportunity for me to experiment with the printmaking techniques of etching. The prints bridge the gap between my initial idea and starting a painting. Drawing allows me to answer compositional questions and is essential for me to understand the line, shape and volume of my subject.

Study for a Fragment I (Third State)

“Study for a Fragment I (Third State)” – Drypoint, 40x30cm.

These studies are an opportunity for me to experiment with the printmaking techniques of etching. The prints bridge the gap between my initial idea and starting a painting. Drawing allows me to answer compositional questions and is essential for me to understand the line, shape and volume of my subject.

Liz?

“Liz?” – Oil and acrylic on canvas, 122x91cm.

These paintings each depict a brief moment, a glimpse of a person, perhaps passing in the opposite direction on an escalator or brushed passed in a crowd, in that moment there is a spark of connection and somehow you are able to experience their thoughts, feelings, and daydreams. These images are an attempt to record that sensation before it fades.

Charles?

“Charles?” – Oil and acrylic on canvas, 61x46cm.

These paintings each depict a brief moment, a glimpse of a person, perhaps passing in the opposite direction on an escalator or brushed passed in a crowd, in that moment there is a spark of connection and somehow you are able to experience their thoughts, feelings, and daydreams. These images are an attempt to record that sensation before it fades.

Helen?

“Helen?” – Oil and acrylic on canvas, 122x91cm.

These paintings each depict a brief moment, a glimpse of a person, perhaps passing in the opposite direction on an escalator or brushed passed in a crowd, in that moment there is a spark of connection and somehow you are able to experience their thoughts, feelings, and daydreams. These images are an attempt to record that sensation before it fades.

Ash?

“Ash?” – Oil and acrylic on canvas, 61x46cm.

These paintings each depict a brief moment, a glimpse of a person, perhaps passing in the opposite direction on an escalator or brushed passed in a crowd, in that moment there is a spark of connection and somehow you are able to experience their thoughts, feelings, and daydreams. These images are an attempt to record that sensation before it fades.

Kwame?

“Kwame?” – Oil and acrylic on canvas, 122x91cm.

These paintings each depict a brief moment, a glimpse of a person, perhaps passing in the opposite direction on an escalator or brushed passed in a crowd, in that moment there is a spark of connection and somehow you are able to experience their thoughts, feelings, and daydreams. These images are an attempt to record that sensation before it fades.

Alex?

“Alex?” – Oil and acrylic on canvas, 122x91cm.

These paintings each depict a brief moment, a glimpse of a person, perhaps passing in the opposite direction on an escalator or brushed passed in a crowd, in that moment there is a spark of connection and somehow you are able to experience their thoughts, feelings, and daydreams. These images are an attempt to record that sensation before it fades.

Jacq?

“Jacq?” – Oil and acrylic on canvas, 122x91cm.

These paintings each depict a brief moment, a glimpse of a person, perhaps passing in the opposite direction on an escalator or brushed passed in a crowd, in that moment there is a spark of connection and somehow you are able to experience their thoughts, feelings, and daydreams. These images are an attempt to record that sensation before it fades.