"Welcome to my portfolio. I'm an artist and surfer based in Croyde, North Devon. My work is about reflecting the beautiful geology, landscape and energy of nature around the North Devon coastline & South West England. I now spend a vast amount of my time creating art that reflect this beauty. From my original paintings to photographic prints and onto my new series of black and white hand drawn images of the local areas of Croyde, Saunton sands, Baggy point, Ifracombe, Putsborough & Woolacombe.
I feel very lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world!"
"When it comes to my original abstract paintings they have taken me a lot of time, to work out how best to reflect the beautiful geology of the north devon area. My paintings are grown and developed through time rather than painted. By growing them it gives them a unique quality that truly reflects nature by using the same means by which she sculpts the landscape. The pieces are more like living artworks that vary depending on where they're positioned in your home or business. They will change depending on the time of day & even what season it is. All based around what light is hitting them. They're more 'challenging' pieces that will constantly evolve with you. This is why they seem to resonate with true nature and art lovers."
The pieces never photograph anywhere near as beautiful as they are in real life, For in real life every single slight change of angle delivers a new bouncing of light across a textured surface. I'm currently working on some video that I hope will do the 2d job better until the VR comes more into play.
But in the mean time please feel free to get in contact to arrange a viewing or any other questions. I also work to commissions and am happy to discuss your palette range and finish size to bespokely suit your space."
There is also a lovely range of 'prints. patterns and gifts from paintings.' You can find this section in the tabs above or click here You can select any image for a canvas or framed print and a small selection of gifts. The abstract shapes work really well across certain items. Thanks for your time."