A painting about a game we all may or may not have played at some point; throwing screwed-up pieces of paper into an empty bin in a bid to save the world from imaginary destruction. Perhaps it is a more apt game to play these days.
The Pale Blue Dot: July 4th 2017 It’s Independence Day here on the pale blue dot. Have a fantastic day my American friends. The Pale Blue Dot Paintings for the month of July 2017 are available to buy here.
This Can’t Last, This Misery Can’t Last is the third painting in a small series of experimental abstract paintings depicting the classic movie, Brief Encounter. It was executed in one sitting during a showing of the film; an attempt at trying to capture one’s immediate emotional response. The last Brief Encounter abstract acrylic painting is available […]
An Original Painting Titled ‘Elbow’ This is an original painting I’ve titled, Elbow. It was more than likely inspired by the band of the same name, probably sparked by their surprise appearance at Glastonbury last weekend. It was also a chance to test out my new black. Black 2.0 to be precise. Developed by artist, […]
It’s music festival time at Glastonbury on the pale blue dot. June 2017 Pale Blue Dot Paintings are available to buy here.
Today is June 10, 2017 on the pale blue dot. Don’t waste it. You’ve only got one of them.
Here in the UK on the pale blue dot, the general election has delivered a hung parliament, much to the surprise of the woman who called the election in the first place, Theresa May. Congrats if you share this date with one of the most chaotic days in British political history. Happy annivesary. Happy birthday. […]
On this day in 1975 on this tiny little pale blue sphere of ours, the one we call home; The one we call Earth; Betamax video was, kind of, born. Happy birthday you helical scan, magnetic taped interlaced video barstewards!
Wave Heart is an original oil painting on paper The title comes from the sweeping cobalt blue creating the ‘wave’ Leading to the beating crimson red heart. Own the original Wave Heart here.
Grey Cloud Of Doom is a quirky little metaphoric painting depicting the demise of innocence. A grey cloud, once white, heads towards its demise in the most hellish surroundings. Nothing can save it. Or can it, perhaps?