I've been quiet for a while I know, but I have been busy on a series of paintings which are currently being exhibited at The Broadgate Tower in the City area of London. I was invited to put on the show by the owners of the building, British Land. So I've had a busy time preparing 25 pieces for the exhibition. They are all paintings about nature of urban space and how it can be affected by mostly unintended relationships of structure, light and space. The show's called Relative Space and runs for another month. It's in an exhibition space within a commercial office building and so the best way to see the show, if you wanted to, is to contact me and I can clear it with security. firstname.lastname@example.org. Above are 3 of the paintings. The top one is called 'Notional Architecture', the middle one 'Recalmation' and the third is called 'Transient Complexity.
I trained as an architect and practiced for a while. For the last 16 years I've been working as an architectural visualiser, mostly in watercolour. I've always done my own work as well, in oils, pastels and other media but it's time to do more and get it out there. So welcome to my blog. I'm really enjoying discovering all the great artists out there.