The Petitioners 1
The Petitioners 1

oil/cotton 2016 71 x 82 inches

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The Petitioners 2
The Petitioners 2

Oil/cotton 2016 71 x 82 inches

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The Petitioners 1
The Petitioners 1

oil/cotton 2016 71 x 82 inches

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Perturbations in the House of the Lords


ongoing series 2015- 

all paintings 71 x 82 inches oil/cotton

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goldrush
goldrush

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la_douleur_exquise
la_douleur_exquise

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load
load

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goldrush
goldrush

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Wild Child


series 2008 - 2012 

various sizes all oil/cotton

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Assassin
Assassin

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Tumbleweeds
Tumbleweeds

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folie_a_deux 3
folie_a_deux 3

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Assassin
Assassin

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Folie a deux

series 2010 - ongoing 

various sizes, all oil/cotton

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affections_01
affections_01

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affections_02
affections_02

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affections 8
affections 8

2012 oil/cotton 20 x 23 inches

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affections_01
affections_01

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affections


ongoing series 2011- 

small paintings varying between 20 x 23 " and 28 x 24 

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Thoughts on Painting

Painting transcends visual, emotional or spiritual experience into something tangible, which the

observer can connect to beyond his/her capacity of reason.

Painting is mystical, it can’t be explained, it has to be experienced. A painting is only a painting if

its content and form are one. There is no dichotomy of ‘abstract’ and ‘figurative’, all painting is

abstract, it does need an abstraction in order to make space in two dimensions. And all paintings

make space. There is no such a thing as a ‘flat painting’.

Painting is a discipline, the one who paints needs to acquire knowledge and practice for many

years in order to master it. He needs to know who he is and he needs to find a way to express

his unique view in his own original way, speaking the universal visual language.


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