My long standing interest in landscape and architecture has always inspired my drawing and painting. Vernacular buildings, both rural and urban, domestic and functional, have found a place in my paintings for some time, no doubt also informed by time as an architectural technician. I am particular drawn to the triangular form of the gable ends of buildings, whether they be simple sheds, northern terraces, suburban 1960’s bungalows, barns or industrial warehouses. The move from painting to 3D forms was an instinctive urge, a desire for a more physical, tactile exploration. That exploration encompasses both the formal aspects of architectural, geometric shapes and what they mean in the sense of home, shelter, work and human endeavour and it’s impact on our external and internal landscapes.
As exhibited in 2021 at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park shop and now available from my shop HERE
Below: wall sculpture, 9mm thick lasercut plyoood, painted and gilded. Sizes range from 140 - 250mm high.
Below: these are 125mm high, 18mm thick lasercut plyoood, painted and gilded.