Sometimes an image is so familiar we don’t look before we see. Here I upset expectations, the result is jarring. Like silhouettes that become a candle stick. It often takes people a few seconds to realise anything is amiss.
Horus on the Cross. A pre-christian Christ. I am working on a collection visualising conspiracy theories and warped memes from the benthic depths of the internet’s navel. Riffing off medieval religious iconography. Note the medieval alien visitors passing overhead on this auspicious day. Acrylic on canvas board, the sky is golden difficult to photograph,
The Fall of Man. Stylistically the inspiration is biblical renaissance. But the subject is the Sumerian take on The Flood. Babel, Enki, the Anunnaki and the wrath of the Anu! Acrylic on Canvas, 100x80cm
Shadows and translucent glass in the minaret’s point. Dalyan Mosque, Dalyan. Watercolour, 14x20cm
Nene Sitting by Pool (quick sketch), Dalyan. Watercolour, 15x15cm