Sketchbooks A to E [corresponding to parts 1 to 5]
Tutor reports 1 to 5
Paintings 1 to 10
Painting 1; Humbrol enamel on metal offcuts of nine medical supply items
Chosen to highlight wet in wet technique and creative display of single items used in everyday work that are taken for granted.
Painting 2; oil monoprints on paper of three portraits
Chosen to show more creative ideas developing from earlier attempts at monoprints.
Painting 3; acrylic painting of view through letterbox in tondo format
Chosen to illustrate a development of concepts for a creative house interior view.Taken tutor feedback advice to include a development work that was more successful than the original assignment work.
Painting 4; acrylic ink/masking fluid on paper of crumpled ball
Chosen to show the results of experimentation of many different mediums to reach the final result including oil and acrylic paint, masking fluid, sgraffito, wax resist and a black ground.
Painting 5; Humbrol enamel on metal offcuts of found images of homemade bombs
Chosen to show the development of emotive found images using a technically difficult medium on found metal.
Painting 6; printing oil on paper tondo of graffiti
Chosen to illustrate the development of an idea from an exhibition of street graffiti using a tondo format, and monochrome.
Painting 7; oil on found cardboard of two self portraits
Chosen to demonstrate an investigation into my own medical work self reflection and the use of wet in wet painting on found distressed cardboard.
Painting 8; oil on paper of life figure
Chosen to demonstrate use of oil in a limited palette and investigation into gestural marks.
Painting 9; homemade paint from red ochre rock and linseed oil print on paper of half sculpture head
Chosen to demonstrate the investigation of using self made paint as a print, and the discernment of image used including use of ground.
Painting 10; watercolour/acrylic ink/bleach on paper of tree
Chosen to demonstrates use of watercolour with palette knife and interesting effects of bleach on ink and watercolour. Please listen to Soundcloud soundtrack whilst viewing.