A brief note for me personally. After a long illness, my father Ramanathan died on the 21st of March 2018. Our close little family had the chance to say goodbye. He made a choice not to continue treatment and to endure the great suffering that he did. My mother has shown such courage and strength. Dad is free now and experiencing all that artists, poets and writers throughout history have sought out with passion - the Truth. We love you Dad. Rest well. 
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16 March 2018 |


I was shortlisted for the Collie Art Prize in WA. The theme of identity has inspired the 40 finalists. I will be attending the opening with friends and enjoying being back in regional WA and all its beauty and character.  The exhibition is on show 10am-4pm 3 March until 15 April 2018. My painting is entitled Bombshells 1-3 and is about youth radicalisation, ideas as hate couture and the accessing of memory and identity in a globalised and interconnected world. 
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2 March 2018 |

Repost: Diana In Memoriam 20 Year Anniversay of her death. This painting is all about alternative realities and the idea of her death as only one possible reality in the quantum many worlds theory.. People who don't get Diana I find are pretty straight thinkers.

 
This is my 16 canvas (20x20cm each) painting of Diana's alternative realities. called Schrodinger's Requiem. In this narrative, Diana lives, as per the many worlds theory of quantum physics. I did sell this painting, and wish I could have kept it, but alas, the the butcher wanted ...Read more>

20 August 2017 |


This  series of 6 small paintings are stories about fashion, suicide vests and social media. It pays homage to 60s and 70s  haute couture.
I am learning some interesting things along the way such as that generation z actually don't like leaving behind a digital footprint and ...Read more>

5 August 2017 |

Here are two studies I've been doing over the last 2 years for my new series Strange Fruit.


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22 March 2017 |

Hi Folks. Yes it's been a quiet year for me artistically, but I was so pleased when Dr Kyle Grayson asked if Routledge London could use my painting There is Nothing Like a Drone (2011) for his new book on targeted killing.  Kyle Grayson is a Senior ...Read more>

10 January 2017 |

This article was first published in the  London Progressive Journal , 5 July 2015  ...Read more>

26 July 2015 |

My 2001 acrylic on canvas painting  Fisherwoman  illustrates NYC literary journal Literal Latte's  winning essay for 2013 in their Best Essay Awards category, for Jean Guerrero's essay Juanita and the Beach of Fairies . A riveting literary essay, you can read it in Literal Latte's ...Read more>

27 April 2014 |

This post has been published on the 'London Progressive Journal' website on 24th December 2013.
When I first heard the suggestion that the judiciary and greater Parliamentary oversight could 'save the day' and  redress the reckless use of ...Read more>

25 December 2013 |











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