We were exploring the word BRIDGE as a connective, something that joins things together
To create a body of work, we used the word "global" as our theme, and that took me back to my school days studying geology
‘The music was asking my hand to dance’
‘It’s The performing pundit’s Showstopper on GBBO, in my imagination’
The 1914-18 world war holds a place in my mind that is both comforting and disturbing
My obsession with maps is never-ending
In August 2013, I arrived at Headway East London after suffering a stroke. This is the first painting I did in the studio and it was the start the start of a journey in which I used art to "deal with" my brain injury, to explore and self-analyse aspects of my newly acquired disability. I … Continue reading Artwork Archive: Psychedelic Brain
The Jonny Wilkinson 'moment' was the last act of a very fast piece of drama
They broke the news to the families by sms, which was heartless
It was meant to be suggestive of the geological diagrams we'd sketch in our school exercise books
The three women have fallen into a sort of driving rugby maul
It is a dark world occupied by words and icons
I thought Tony would enjoy the idea of an astronaut discovering a dog on the Moon having a crap
'His head seemed to be growing taller and taller'
'...Where a dog barking is a main event'
'We were about three metres apart. Between us was Caesar's dead body'
Creating a portrait of an artist friend demands a determination to be true to both your subject and to yourself, says Billy Mann.