Tag: 80s pop

I was watching the news and thinking back to another winter when my 14 year old comrades in crime and I went to see a drive-in version of the UK classic  Breaking Glass.  Somebody's brother was driving. We thought it was just awesome and depressing and beautiful at the same ...Read more>

13 June 2020 |

This is a painting in progress imagining COVID19 as a solitary haunting figure in the outback landscape of my home state of Western Australia. A bit like a ghost. And it's so quiet everywhere right now.  So this is one of those cathartic paintings I use to dump my ...Read more>

11 April 2020 |

I was in this amazing interview experience for a new street-theatre oral history called The Lion Never Sleeps. Thanks to Noemie the director and creator who made this incredible audio journey that takers the audience on a live walk through the inner-city streets of Northbridge in Perth, Western Australia. ...Read more>

31 January 2020 |


I often use the term 'gateway image"to describe a painting which is a bridge between one series and the next. Most of the time it is not that clean, because you travel a road and the landscape changes along the way.  So there are not really any breaks ...Read more>

31 August 2011 |


“A Jewish visionary will see visions of the seven heavens because his religious imagination is stocked with these particular symbols. Buddhists see various images of Buddha and Bodhisattvas; Christians visualise the Virgin Mary. It is a mistake for the visionary to see ...Read more>

8 August 2011 |

This is the updated image for the review in Brontë Blog for a painting which got into the head of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights and discovered some quantum shenanigans going on. Thanks guys. And this is also the Kate Bush Song that played up in the ...Read more>

17 January 2008 |

 
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, ...Read more>

10 January 2008 |



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