Part of the University of Derby nature Connections Exhibition looking at hw we respond to nature. A collection of ipad paintings, created in 30min or less during my lunchbreak, with the final pieces printed and displayed and the digital process for each image shown on a loop.
Participants took photos of themselves in fighting poses which were then digitally incorporated together into a final painted image while tey watched the process. I used a projector, photoshop and a wacom tablet for this piece, for more information please read my blog post here.
I created a live digital painting performance in response to the effect digital touch ups have on identity but slowly obscuring the image until it became inhuman. I also created some digital sketches of other performing artists.
Kedeston hall, Derbyshire architectural studies in watercolour using a limited palette. For information of how I use digital media to plan a piece, please go here.
Portraits created using traditional and digital methods to illustrate the sitter and their personalities. See more here.
Painted piece for Derby Museum and Art gallery. For more information regarding the idea and exhibition, please go here.
Illustrated portrait of Calke Abbey. Supporting work looking at the large collection of taxidermy animals each generation collected, creating wooden tiles of each along with a portrait of Vauncey Harpur-Crewe.
Collaborative work with artist Nick Askew to create a mural for a literacy festival, inspired by selected poems and the divide between the old and new areas of Edinburgh.