Category Archives: still life

Tottering towers of wondrous proportions (Studio still life experiment with archived memories)

 

 

Tottering towers of wondrous proportions (Studio still life experiment with archived memories)

(The film   ‘Studio Still life experiment with archived memories’  forms part of the making process of this project)

Oil on board, 285mm x 650mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The London Group 82nd Open Exhibition

the most ultimate tower of fantastical proportions    My painting ‘The most ultimate tower of fantastical proportions (Studio still life experiment with  archived memories)’  has been accepted for The London Group Open 2015 exhibition which will be held this Autumn at the The Cello Factory, London, SE1 8TJ

You can also watch my  film ‘Studio Still life experiment with archived memories’ which formed part of the making process of the final painting.

(Oil on board, 260 x 710mm)

‘Terrible thunder storm, house in Primrose hill struck by lightning’

Film with mixed media sculpture (Glass jar, copper wire, filament bulb, led bulbs, tea spoon, 12v motorcycle battery, solder, electrical switch and turf from Primrose hill)

Based on Edwin William Erlam’s diary from 10th June 1918.

‘Terrible thunder storm, house in Primrose hill struck by lightning’

Oil on  board preliminary sketch

Terrible thunder storm, house in Primrose hill struck by lightning (final)

 

Oil on masonite, 397mm x 610mm

Painted from a still life based on Edwin William Erlam’s Diary from 10 June 1918

Primrose hill… call at 34 Elsworthy rd about Parrot (Tryptch)

Primrose hill tryptch

Oil on Masonite panels. Painted from a still life based on Edwin William Erlam’s diary from Monday 11th March 1918.

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Preserved parrot (Mixed media: Brick dust from 34 Elsworthy rd, Primrose hill; clay, egg shell, glass dolls eyes, wire, fabric, feathers, acrylic,  varnish, engine oil, large jar)