I have a couple of presentations coming up this winter and thought I’d take this opportunity to experiment with some quick paintings using Procreate on iPad Watch the video process
Portrait of the artist’s father (2019)
This portrait was created over a period of 5 weeks using charcoals and pastel pencils.
Portrait study from life
Charcoal portrait, work in progress
Working on a portrait of my father. Charcoal and pastel on paper
Artist at work…
Some portraits seem like an uphill struggle. I’ve been working on this one for a few days; using Nitram Charcoal, charcoal pencils and pastels. It’s a slow process but I’m getting there… Wish me luck
Portrait of MC (2019)
Charcoal portrait of MC (2019) Materials used: Nitram charcoals, Derwent and Conte Paris pastels
Charcoal portrait: work in progress
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Self Portrait in charcoal (2019)
Self Portrait in charcoal (2019) I worked on this piece over the Christmas break. It’s a small study, closely examining the often overlooked lumps and bumps lingering under an otherwise familiar face. The sitter has his eyes closed, allowing the viewer to observe closely and at peace without being confronted by a direct gaze.
Apple – featured artist
Global marketing campaign I worked with Apple on their Start Something New campaign. During January and February 2015, all product images were removed from the walls of over 400 Apple Stores worldwide and replaced by artwork produced on Apple products. 13 artists, from across the world, were selected to participate.
The Lumen Prize Exhibition
Europe & AsiaJanuary – March 2013 The Lumen Prize Exhibition is the world’s first international prize and tour celebrating the very best fine art created digitally. Comprising of 50 pieces chosen by judges and the publicly voted People’s Choice winner, the global tour begins in January in London before travelling around top galleries and venues…