Category Archives: Ideas and Revelations
The Signification of the Poppy’ series began with a painting created for a web based competition in 2007 – ‘Seeking Picasso’ in which I was a finalist.
In week 3 the theme was ‘A Troubled World’ and the painting I produced was inspired by the situation in Afghanistan at the time and the metaphor of the poppy and its association with war.
Here are some images of the preliminary work behind the piece: Continue reading
I was nagging myself to get on with emailing some jpegs instead of twittering on… but instead I just drew this. Literal thinking! Continue reading
Found this in The Sunday Times Style Magazine at the weekend (24th Feb 2013). The model’s eye make up bears an uncanny resemblance to my ‘Love’ painting as pictured here in my brochure. Ironically the article uses this as an … Continue reading
Now who shall be my next Pebble Head Celeb? My previous Pebble Head Celebs seem to have been a real hit with both the organisers of Stars On Canvas, and Vanessa Feltz’s husband Ben Ofoedu has been tweeting the painting. … Continue reading
Vile: Jimmy Savile – article in Sunday Mirror 14th Oct 2012 The article came out today. I spoke to a reporter last Thursday. Published in the Sunday Mirror 14th Oct 2012. The article is accompanied by two photographs, one of … Continue reading
Calling all those art critics, curators and bloggers in the blogsphere who write about art. Can you help? Would you like to write about me? I am trying to write a new artists statement / biography and finding it difficult. … Continue reading
Thought I’d better write a Facebook post just to let everyone know that I’ve just peeled my face off! … ‘How can this be?’ they gasp into their keyboards. ‘Has she had ‘face off’ with someone today?’ Well I guess … Continue reading
My afternoon kip was interrupted by a phone call from someone who had seen my current seascape commission at the studio / gallery requesting to commission one for themselves. Indeed, “worth waking up for”, thanks for calling me on their behalf … Continue reading