Expressionism
A mix of works that more or less fall under the banner of expressionism. Some info may be missing so please contact should you need further information. I no longer produce work of this kind, but am open to commissions. Please contact for further information. 
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Untitled work, July 2020 40x30"
Untitled work, July 2020 40x30"
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Untitled Work, May 2020 32x24 inches
Untitled Work, May 2020 32x24 inches
Untitled work, May 2020 16x20 Inches Acrylic and charcoal on Canvas board
Untitled work, May 2020 16x20 Inches Acrylic and charcoal on Canvas board
 Untitled, May 2020 39.5x39.5 Inches Acrylic on Canvas. Reserved.
Untitled, May 2020 39.5x39.5 Inches Acrylic on Canvas. Reserved.
Untitled. Acrylic charcoal, and emulsion on wooden board. 24x36" Please inquire
Untitled. Acrylic charcoal, and emulsion on wooden board. 24x36" Please inquire
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Untitled. Acrylic on board. 40x30"
Untitled. Acrylic on board. 40x30"
Untitled. Acrylic on board. 24x30"
Untitled. Acrylic on board. 24x30"
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Minimalism
"I was in a meditative headspace yesterday, relaxed and enjoying the act of making. It looks like this way of painting is allowing me to channel and develop my more wild and expressive works. I think it’s in this process of reducing ideas down and thinking about space, about that difference between simply having marks on a canvas to then having a picture which might render the canvas invisible or secondary. I’m a big fan of jazz and my dad told me a line by Miles Davis years ago and it’s stuck with me ever since: “It’s not what you play, it’s what you don’t play.” I think this little line reveals something of all artistic creative endeavours. There’s always a point where we stop, or where we exclude or limit. In many ways our work’s success rests on our ability to detect this vague point. I don’t think it’s an absolute point but more a space where things work. So when I paint like this I’m exploring that, thinking about those ideas Davis had." - extract from a post online, reflecting on minimalism, early 2020. 
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