JACK and the beanstalk mural in progress, collaboration between SJS and FOFG and funded by Thames Water.
Late summer (23) I completed MURIEL, two murals outdoor (2.50 x 2.50 m and 12 x 1 m) as well as indoor for Clarion Futures, Newstead Community Hub, London SE12
THE BRIDGE PROJECT (2021) commissioned by Network Rail. A 28 m long mural/concept for both sides of the St Johns station London SE8 – second side of the bridge brilliantly executed by Lionel Stanhope
I love this 17th century painting by Jan van Kessel of a dragonfly, two moths, a spider and some beetles with wild strawberries. It inspired me when I finished the abstract mural – The Flight of the Dragonfly – for the Korean restaurant Paranhodu (London, SE14).
The Flight of the Odonata (Dragonfly) at Paranhodu, Korean Restaurant
THE BRIDGE PROJECT (2021) commissioned by Network Rail. A 28m long mural/concept for both sides of the St Johns station London SE8 – second side of the bridge brilliantly executed by Lionel Stanhope
YVONNE (2021/22) kitchen mural 2.20 x 1.60m Elswick Rd. SE13
The RIVER FLUX mural commissionaire, Berkeley Homes at the base of Aragon Tower (SE8). In the run-up to the work, several workshops including sound were held with residents to engage with the mural. It was recently used by Harper’s Bazaar for an interview with artist Phoebe Boswell. Photography: Emile Holba
FOUR WORDS (2016) , curated by Alan Dunn location: media wall opposite Liverpool Lime Street station. The project interrupted the flow of advertising and invited artists to present four-word statements about the complex month of January. FOUR WORDS explores diversity and accessibility by bringing people together to think about complex issues
LUCY IN THE SKY (2018) 2 x 2m Cafe Phillies, 2A Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London W8 7QB
MADAME LAVOISIER’S DAWING ROOM (2014) solo exhibition at Bildersaal & Artothek, Munich Germany, Mural 4.50 x 3.00 m
PATTERN FOR PEACE, Billboard project Liverpool, curator: Alan Dunn, commissionaire: Fact, Liverpool
RAZZLE DAZZLE (2013) mural for Hill Station Café, Brockley in collaboration with Sara Willett selected and curated by Patricio Forrester
LOVE & PEACE (2007) mural developed for four walls during the 3-month ‘Space for 10’ Residency at the CFCCA Manchester (10 artists in 10 UK cities) supported by the ACE
University Hospital Lewisham NHS concept and images for all 7 floors