Slice is an original watercolour painting of a slice of bread. It may or may not be the best thing since sliced bread depending on your opinion. In fact, it may be the worst thing since sliced bread although this would be a slight overreaction in my humble opinion. Either way, it is most definitely […]
Day 16,511 It’s that time again. Yes it really has been four years since Brazil 2014…Welcome to the the FIFA World Cup 2018 where Russia plays host. I wasn’t going to make a painting for this tournament but then I remembered a popular little James Bond film titled From Russia With Love. There was only […]
The best news story of the day is the report of a space ant firing a laser at earth. I kid you not. And we thought we’d destroy ourselves. Turns out those pesky ants will do it before we do. The official report goes that astronomers have detected a laser emission from the Ant Nebula. […]
As insults go, when Donald Trump called Kim Jong Un a “Little rocket man”, it almost had an endearing ring to it. Not one to be outdone in the insult humdinger stakes, Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has muscled in on this international game of mud-slinging, and what better way to ‘trump’ (see what I […]
Somewhere, A Sunny Day is an original landscape art oil painting on board. Remember, wherever you are in the world, somewhere, the sun is shining brightly. Click here to buy Somewhere, A Sunny Day 4.5.2018, 3:46pm.
Which spring do you consider the real spring? Astronomical or Meteorological? March 1st is the logical choice for me. The clue is in the word. Not to mention it’s tidier than March 21st or such like. Twelve months, four seasons. Twelve divided by four equals three. Three months per season. March, April, May is spring. […]
The World Has Gone Completely Bonkers The World Has Gone Completely Bonkers, is painting about how, on a daily basis we are bombarded with sensational news stories that would appear to want to send us into uncontrollable frenzies. It has even encroached into my practice with this simple and to the point acrylic artwork on […]
Supper at Emma’s (after Caravaggio) Painted from a photograph, with a bespoke alteration to the calendar at the right of the work, Supper at Emma’s (after Caravaggio) depicts a black cat (Guinness) munching on the carcass of a leftover Christmas turkey. The painting pays homage to the title of a Caravaggio painting, Supper at Emmaus, […]