Why Abstract Art Sucks

Abstract art is the visual that goes beyond the representational. Abstract art does not depict accurate forms or reality, but relies on colours and their juxtaposition, form, line, shapes and marks to tell a story. So, not limited by any representational form, abstract art should be easy, right? With no template or box to restrain... Continue Reading →

Painting, Honestly

As a painter, my vision is always changing and evolving. The start of the new year is a fairly typical time for self-reflection and re-evaluation, but I’ve been dwelling on these for a while now. It’s only as I’m currently recovering from endometriosis surgery and banned from my studio that I’ve taken the time to... Continue Reading →

Reading Too Much Into Malevich?

I'm still coming to terms with abstract art and how it seems to dominate the art world. I have feelings of contempt for artists like Malevich and Rothko, perhaps because I am slightly envious if the ridiculous sums of money these paintings sell for (put them all together and you could probably pay of the... Continue Reading →

On the Easel : Symbiosis

After working on a couple of commissions I've settled back to my signature style. This style for me is the perfect combination of colour and theme; I love being able to use rich colour combinations with line and shapes to convey all manner of subjects, which convey different emotions to the viewer. This piece, featuring... Continue Reading →

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