124 X 82 cm, charcoal, ink, acrylic paint, spray paint on plywood.
The direction for this drawing came from the desire to evolve this series further. Incorporating more of the figure and extending the stabilisation the the rest of the body. The emotional depiction in this drawing once again is intentionally left up to interpretation.
140 X 95 cm, mix media on wood.
As like with the previous in this series the intention was not to represent my physical likeness but the emotional state in which I draw.
101 X 76 cm, acrylic paint, spray paint, charcoal, pastel on wood.
I simplified my mark making and expanded the colour pallet for this one. I'm happy I could still get the same level of emotion through the drawing .
110 X 85 cm, charcoal, ink, spray paint on paper.
The intention behind this drawing was to create something more representational when compared to the other more stylised drawing in this series.
The purpose of this series is to present a literal representation of an emotional state. The creation of each drawing is spontaneous and fluid, making the emotion being depicted ultimately interpretative.
90 x 115 cm, charcoal, spray paint, acrylic paint, ink, stencil. 2018.
This was intellectually created during a time when the effort need to create was minimal and was a struggle to complete. The resulting image has elements of high stylistic facial features combined with expressive mark making. The concept of apathy isn’t usually associated with creativity but that was the point of this image as it was more about me experimenting with my own laziness.
105 x 84 cm, charcoal, ink, spray paint, acrylic paint, 2018.
This was from an intense period in my life and is a reaction to it. The more satirical and caricaturist style was intended to draw attention to the madness felt from chaos.
115 x 85 cm, charcoal, pencil, pastel, ink, spray paint, oil paint, stencil. 2018.
The second in the series is a representation of the unknown. The fear and restlessness that comes from lack of control, but also the tranquillity in surrender, is what I tried to depict in this drawing.
105 x 80 cm, charcoal, pencil, ink, acrylic paint, spray paint. 2018.
This is the first in the ‘Self Portrait Series’ and is a representation of the overwhelming and of the relief felt when that subsides.
85 X 25 cm, charcoal, acrylic paint, spay paint and pastel on wood.