Why Do You Create Art?

"Humans live in landscapes of make-believe. We spin fantasies, we devour novels films, and plays. Even sporting events and criminal trials unfold as narratives. Yet the world of story has long remained an undiscovered and unmapped country. It's easy to say humans are "wired" for story. But why?" - Jonathan Gottschall Why do humans create art?... Continue Reading →

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Four Inspiring Examples of Rock Art

Whenever you hear the word ‘cave art’ or ‘pre-historic art’ your mind instantly wanders to those great wonders like Lascaux or Altamira. And no one can blame you. Those two sites are the Sistine Chapel of Paleolithic art. But sometimes, the more subtle, more humble examples of art can be more numinous. Just as, say,... Continue Reading →

The Horse in Art

The theories surrounding the myths of Palaeolithic art have been born, cast aside and challenged ever since the first caves were discovered back in the late 1800's. Whilst we will never truly know why our ancestors painted certain species within the depths of Europe's Ice Age caves, it seems that our ancestors were great admirers... Continue Reading →

My Style and What it Means to Me

Recently, I've varied in style quite a bit; I've painted some pretty abstracted works, a couple of portraits and peoples of varying ethnicities and generally limited the amount of animals featuring in my paintings. So why is it one always feels so drawn back to that one particular style? Their one unique little niche in... Continue Reading →

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