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Since the london lockdown in spring 2020 i have been searching for alternative materials to paint on. These range from interesting finds on Ebay and antique markets to discarded building materials and driftwood.

Oil and acrylic on packing crate


You me and bubble tea.jpg
Hero worship.jpg

Oil and acrylic on packing crate


(£600 for the pair)

The Tree of Life.jpg
The Tree of Life (detail).jpg
The Tree of Life (side).jpg

Oil on draftsman board
£450 SOLD

This was painted on a 100 year old draughtsmans board acquired from a business that has had to close.
I love the little clues to it's previous life, including the pin marks in the corner and the small dents and scratches that give this piece a unique story.

Plank of Life.jpg

plank of life side.jpg


Oil and acrylic on plywood
150 x 11.5 x 2.5cm


These are painted on thick plywood planks, they started off as packaging for valuable artworks. I see these wall hanging pieces as a life story from birth to death with quirky imagery in between.

spear 3.jpg
spear 2.jpg
spear of destiny.jpg


Oil and acrylic on driftwood
90 x 10cm

This driftwood was found on ernies beach on the southbank. It is one of my favorite finds, originally a piece of architrave that has been bobbling around the thames for a very long time.  This has now become a distinctive wall hanging.

dolly front.jpg
dolly detail.jpg
dolly side.jpg

DOLLY (in facemask)
Oil on chipboard
60 x 30cm

This has been painted on a piece of chipboard found in a skip. When i saw it i knew it would be the ideal size for a small Covid inspired painting. I love the way you can see the chipboard texture in the painting.

plank 2.jpg
plank 3.jpg

Oil and acrylic on wooden joist
90 x 5 x 120cm

Another skip find, this piece already had the holes and screws in the wood which appealed to me.

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