• B cup in Blue – SOLD Quick View
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    • B cup in Pink

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    • 80cmHt x 50cmW x 16cmD Mixed media mannequin in Perspex box. A complete caricature of a women however i like her being viewed within a box. I enjoy the different textures of paint and layers to create the different characters in this series
  • Bunnies are not just for Easter – SOLD Quick View
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    • Ceramic painted Bunny. 20cmW x 36cm Ht Acrylic paint, resin, glitter and silver leaf. I love finding various animal sculptures and just twisting them up by using spray paints as a base, before dripping resin and pouring medium over the top, You can never plan how these are going to work so you keep adding layers until you feel you…
  • My Guilty Pleasure Quick View
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    • My Guilty Pleasure

    • 46cm W x 30cm D x 46cm Ht Mixed media on Leather handbag. Sits within a perspex display box. This whole series is a play on the deconstruction of perceived luxury items. The idea of defacing a luxury item but in fact creating something even more unique with this backdrop of the handbag. This handbag has been painted using Angelus…
  • Old English Pheasant Quick View
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    • Old English Pheasant

    • Resin Pheasant mold, painted. 25cm W  x 30cm Ht Ceramic paint, acrylic, resin and glitter. I wanted an autumn feel so I used a lot of yellow and red. I was trying to create the English country side with the use of these autumnal colours. The resin is really hard to use as it just drips straight off so you…
  • Rhino in silver – SOLD Quick View
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    • Rhino in silver – SOLD

    • Ceramic painted rhino 10cm W x 24cm D x 18cm Ht Ink and silver leaf I put silver leaf of his horn and then dripped black, gold and grey ink on to his head. I kept moving him around so the ink runs in different directions
  • Still so pretty – SOLD Quick View
    • Still so pretty – SOLD Quick View
    • Still so pretty – SOLD

    • Ceramic skull painted 13cm W x 15cm Ht Spray paint, Resin, glitter. I started by using spray paint to create a base colour and then started pouring resin over the top. After a few hours all the resin had basically dripped off but it did leave a really interesting pattern behind, almost like a lattice effect. I then used a…
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    • My Beautiful Women

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    • 80cm W x 90cm Ht Acrylic paint on canvas, spray paint on the frame I took a really traditional frame profile and used spray paint to create a grunge, street art feel. I wanted the juxtaposition of the traditional frame against a contemporary art medium. I worked on an impressionist style portrait as the main subject but I needed her…
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    • Oryx

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    • Resin mold of the Oryx head.- Painted 70cm Ht x 13cm W x 16cm D Sliver leaf, gold paint, spray paint, acrylic and glitter I love the playfulness of this piece as she sits on the wall with the paints dripping all over her head. I used a spray paint for the base and then mixed pigment with liquitex pouring…