A selection of some recent work. Click on the thumbnails to view the full image.
Art is science made clear.
Nothing exists until or unless it is observed. An artist is making something exist by observing it. And his hope for other people is that they will also make it exist by observing it.
William S. Burroughs.
After I saw Sydney journalist Peter FitzSimons in the canteen at my children’s school, I decided I wanted to paint his portrait for the Sydney Archibald prize. I’m grateful he graciously agreed.
Note the detail below of the food pyramid, which I had as much fun with as Peter’s face.
And here are a few more older works. Click on the thumbnail to view the larger image…
4 Replies to “Painting”
We have recently purchased Victoria’s secrets and would like to know the lication that inspired this beautiful work
I’m delighted you like the image. Are you in possession of the print or the original? Lucky you if it’s the original! The scene isn’t taken from a specific spot, but, like all my images is a composite of perspectives and landmarks. Having said that, the view is something one might see from high spots in more established suburbs like Te Aro, Newtown or Mt Cook.
My wife and I both loved the book about the girl who posed for “The Garden of Earthly Delights”.
thanks please, JJ and sa
I’m thrilled you enjoyed reading it. I enjoyed writing it 🙂