Saturday, 9 October 2021

Updated Website

Just finished updating my website. New look, new content and some old stuff presented differently. Same link

Thursday, 19 August 2021

Vivid Dreams

 Parkinson's Art UK are currently having an exhibition at OXO Gallery in London. 

There is a virtual Gallery gallery accessible via the link below:

I was happy to be invited to participate and below is my piece in the exhibition. It is one in a series of images I have been working on that investigate my emotional responses to my diagnosis and help me come to terms with a new reality.

Further examples can be found here:

Monday, 16 August 2021


Just finished this piece which is part turned, part CNC and hand finished. Various reactive paints applied followed by spray, brush and fumed patination, Fixative spray and polish. Approx. 98mmx 30mm.

Beginning patination

After fuming

Finished piece

Friday, 6 August 2021

Portrait bowl

 Final finish on my portrait bowl. Brush and spray patination over metal reactive paint.

3D scanned head on a 3D texture created in Groboto v3 and joined in ZBrush.

Four different patination fluids used and applied with spray, brush and sponge. Fixative spray and light waxing. Centre finished with light application of black patination polish.


Refinished bowl form. 105mm dia. Part turned, part CNC, part hand carved and textured,

Created in Groboto V3, finished with iron reactive paint and patinated with spray, brush and sponge,


Saturday, 31 July 2021

Anguish Bowl Form

This is the finished version of a piece shown in an earlier post

Small bowl form (65mm x 65mm x 30mm) part turned, part CNC, finished with patinated iron reactive paint.

Part of my selfie mask series, 3D scan of my head combined with 3D texture from a fractal created in Frax on my IPad. Finished 3D combined in ZBrush. CNC produced using Vectric VCarve Desktop.


Tuesday, 27 July 2021

Vivid Dreams at the Oxo Gallery

Here is my picture in the Vivid Dreams Exhibition at the Oxo Gallery and in the Virtual Exhibition from August 18th through to the 30th in London. Links and information on both shows can be found below.

Exhibition Details etc

Virtual Exhibition

This image is one of my MRI scans from Parkinson's investigations a couple of years back, creatively altered with a number of software programmes and printed onto fine art paper using the GiclĂ©e process.

I am currently awaiting my bone scans taken to see whether my prostrate cancer had migrated which fortunately, has not. These whole skeleton scans will provide another series of interesting images, I hope.

I have produced a pdf book of some of the imagery I have produced thus far and may put this online later.