Portrait Commission
Portrait Commission
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Study of Guayasamin
Study of Guayasamin

This study is inspired by Oswaldo Guayasamin's painting. I fell in love with the Ecuadorian painter's style after visiting the Fundacion Guaysamin in Quito. He is a truly remarkable man who has captured the rawest of humanity and commented on people and society in a meaningful way.

Study of Hans Bellmer
Study of Hans Bellmer

This painting is taken from a collection of photographs by Hans Bellmer. He constructed these surreal female dolls and captured them in black and white stills. They produce an unsettling effect on the viewer and raise many questions about representation of women.

In the womb
In the womb

This small painting is one of a triptych. The original image came from a newspaper which depicted stages of embryonic development in the womb. I was drawn to this photographs because it is unclear if the being is in peace or upset. 

Slade Life Drawing
Slade Life Drawing

This watercolour painting derives from a pencil drawing as part of a two week Summer School course at the Slade last year. I enjoyed adding colour to this image: it is inaccurate in representation yet produces an overall image that works aesthetically. 

Falling
Falling

This watercolour is another exploration of turning a line drawing into a more solid image with a melancholy feel.  

Sitting
Sitting

This unfinished painting was a 20 minute study from real life. The aim was to block colours in a fairly contrasting manner. 

Quito
Quito

A rendition of Guaysamin's incredible landscape of Quito displayed in Bread by Bike, N7 0DD.

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18 Andy & Blue AcryliconCanvas 70x70.JPG
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Portrait Commission
IMG_20180920_122149 (2).jpg
SladeSummerSchool_59x42_OilOnCanvas.jpg
18 Andy & Ozzy OilonCanvas 70x70.JPG
IMG_20180917_084958 (2).jpg
Study of Guayasamin
Study of Hans Bellmer
In the womb
Slade Life Drawing
Falling
Sitting
Quito
PallasRuth2.jpg
Suls Japan 1.jpg
Suls Japan 2.jpg
Suls Japan 3.jpg
Suls Japan 4.jpg
Suls Japan 5.jpg
Suls Japan 6.jpg
18 Andy & Blue AcryliconCanvas 70x70.JPG
Proud_33x24_AcrylicOnBoard.jpg
TwoIIII_28x35_OilOnCanvas.jpg
TwoII_25x35_OilOnCanvas.jpg
Two 1.jpg
18 Wrap OilonCanvas 35x28.JPG
PallasRuth1.jpg
InspiredByKlee_19x24_CarvedPaintOnMirror.jpg
Portrait Commission
Study of Guayasamin

This study is inspired by Oswaldo Guayasamin's painting. I fell in love with the Ecuadorian painter's style after visiting the Fundacion Guaysamin in Quito. He is a truly remarkable man who has captured the rawest of humanity and commented on people and society in a meaningful way.

Study of Hans Bellmer

This painting is taken from a collection of photographs by Hans Bellmer. He constructed these surreal female dolls and captured them in black and white stills. They produce an unsettling effect on the viewer and raise many questions about representation of women.

In the womb

This small painting is one of a triptych. The original image came from a newspaper which depicted stages of embryonic development in the womb. I was drawn to this photographs because it is unclear if the being is in peace or upset. 

Slade Life Drawing

This watercolour painting derives from a pencil drawing as part of a two week Summer School course at the Slade last year. I enjoyed adding colour to this image: it is inaccurate in representation yet produces an overall image that works aesthetically. 

Falling

This watercolour is another exploration of turning a line drawing into a more solid image with a melancholy feel.  

Sitting

This unfinished painting was a 20 minute study from real life. The aim was to block colours in a fairly contrasting manner. 

Quito

A rendition of Guaysamin's incredible landscape of Quito displayed in Bread by Bike, N7 0DD.

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