Attic 2017-08-17T05:14:05+00:00

This is a retrospective of some of my work from the Eighties to the present day. These works have a great deal of meaning to me and therefore I’d like to share them with you, to open up to you the artist I was and still am today. Included are paintings that I no longer own, a selection of pictures which were found stored away in old portfolios at my childhood home and also pictures I’ve drawn simply for the joy of it. If you would like to know more about these pieces and the work that I do, please don’t hesitate to contact me.


Our Oliver 2017

I kept thinking back to my old portfolio that I'd brought back with me from England. I just wanted to draw what I loved, just like I did in the old days. I looked at Oliver (Ollie) asleep on the sofa. He makes me so happy at times of stress Read More


Fear 1990

It was at this time I turned my hand to cartoons mainly, bringing out my sense of humour but not always. Art was, just as it is today, my outlet, voice, way of controlling my world. Living in London, I didn’t feel safe. Read More