You will not I know never find with what I say and the way I draw – in a form that any has gone before
It is a mixture I will agree – but only you will see what you will see
My way of drawing is to put paper under my pen – and let my hand move more now than then
Each one is started in black and white – the colours filled in light, dark and definitely bright.
Once completed a riddle is written for what could be inside –for you to seek, the meaning only you can decide.
When first on a picture your eyes are transfixed – the way of hanging is yours to be picked
I truly hope the picture and riddle your mind will unlock – and help to clear any thoughts that might block.
The trick if any is open your mind and maybe meditate – but never forget the world you need only you can create
Work with my artwork and words to help to start a change – and see what is around and maybe already within your range.
If it has to be categorised! It is an eclectic mix of abstract & surrealism, I draw without any preconceived ideas; I just put pen to paper, let my hand go where it wants, fill it in with colour and then add crystals to the outside of the glass. The best thing about what I do is that people see totally different things in the pictures to each other including me! I take commissions but I haven't a clue what you will get - one of my clients wanted an 'angel' he got a fairy! Luckily he loved it. I can be restricted if you want though to a colour palette for instance of say greens or reds and names can also be hidden in them.
I have sourced some really lovely hand made Pewter/Charcoal wooden frames from Midland Fine Arts in Kidderminster, and most will be double mounted - the inner mount will reflect colours in the picture. The size of the frame will be approx. twice the size of the paper the artwork is drawn on, and they will come with four fixings so you can choose which way up you want to hang it. They also come with an individually printed Certificate of Authenticity which contains the individual riddle/rhyme for that picture. The paper I work with is an off-white colour but sometimes the photographs give them strange hues.