Fiddlesticks

These random compositions were formed by repeatedly throwing down six offcuts of card. I was reminded of a family game I played as a child where you had to extract individual wooden sticks from a pile of sticks without moving any of the others. Anyway, that aside, I do like a bit of serendipity and…

Three Pitchcroft trees

Three Pitchcroft tree prints photographed in the gallery just before being wrapped up to be sent off to the Rose and Crown at Severn Stoke. They’re being displayed as part of an art wall alongside other works all depicting Worcestershire landscapes.

Square leaf

Square leaves now, just what is the world coming to…?

More clips on wire…

Reconstructed Nature VII

Climbing hydrangea

I’ve been experimenting with alternative supports for subjects within my ‘Reconstructed Nature’ project, moving away from tape to bulldog/binder clips on wire. I’ve drilled some wooden blocks so that wire can be threaded through and held upright – the same sort of construction I used for my ‘Uninvited guests’ project but in this case deliberately…

Bevere Gallery website

As the studios are presently locked down to the public I’ve only been up once this week; instead being tied to my office desk with some pretty mundane design work. On a positive note though, some of my images are now available for purchase on the Bevere Gallery website. Thanks to Kim and Al at…

Ambiguous flow

Three ‘Reconstructed nature details’ which I’ve printed as a triptych as although the close-up shots are all from different areas of the original piece, they still retain a flow, albeit with some ambiguity and disconnect between the panels, which I’m liking a lot…

The original ‘Reconstructed nature’ shot

The ‘Reconstructed nature’ project which I’m currently in the midst of has been in my mind for some time it would seem. I started shooting plants indoors as part of my ‘Uninvited guests’ project and for those images I used wire and bulldog clips to hold the plants in position in front of a window….