The character of my graphite drawings is that of the apparition, the fever-dream, and the psychedelic leached of colour. Originally inspired by the fever dreams and halucinations suffered as a child, later drawings then became an outlet through which to explore artistic and philospohical questions. The use of graphite in powder and pencil form creates swirls and eddies in that void, seen as both light and dark it represents the concept of Eigengrau or ‘Brain Grey’. I use my hands, fingers, pencils and brushes: whatever I can find to achieve this in a cerebral, yet visceral manner.

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“Alan’s Gandchildren”, graphite on watercolour board, 2012



“Dad at the Game and Hunting fair” graphite on watercolour board, 2011
“Simon Says, We Have Ways” graphite drawing and tar with text sandblasted into frame, 2009
“Figure in Shards” graphite life drawing, 2012
“Mare Tenebrarum”, detail
“Mare Tenebrarum” detail
“Mare Tenebrarum” detail
“Mare Tenebrarum”, graphite drawing, 2011
“‘Neath”, Graphite Drawing, 2009
Gwyddion Flint
“Rhizome”, Graphite drawing, 2009
“Thomarse”, graphite on watercolour board, 2009
“Machine my Mother, Machine my Lover”, graphite drawing on watercour board, 2009