Wall Drawings


Hairy Pattern. Mono, Glasgow. Constructed as part of a collaborative installation with the musician Jonnie Common called Hair of The Dog. This Large-scale drawing fronted the stage area at Mono in Glasgow. Jonnie used the space to allow visitors the chance to 'mix' his album Master of None on portable radios. - You can read a little more about the show on my blog from before it opened. There will be a full write-up (with video!) coming soon.

Hairy Pattern. Mono, Glasgow.

Constructed as part of a collaborative installation with the musician Jonnie Common called Hair of The Dog. This Large-scale drawing fronted the stage area at Mono in Glasgow. Jonnie used the space to allow visitors the chance to 'mix' his album Master of None on portable radios.

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You can read a little more about the show on my blog from before it opened. There will be a full write-up (with video!) coming soon.

Patterned Wall. Changing Room Gallery, Stirling. A collaboration with RueFive, this large scale wall drawing was part of our exhibition How Children Learn at the Changing Room in Stirling. Drawn with a brush in ink.

Patterned Wall. Changing Room Gallery, Stirling.

A collaboration with RueFive, this large scale wall drawing was part of our exhibition How Children Learn at the Changing Room in Stirling. Drawn with a brush in ink.

Hands Analogue, Edinburgh

Hands

Analogue, Edinburgh

Tree From Wee at Recoat, Glasgow

Tree

From Wee at Recoat, Glasgow

Hand From Wanderlust Philadelphia. Photo Concetta.

Hand

From Wanderlust Philadelphia. Photo Concetta.

Death Clock From How Children Learn at The Changing Room, Stirling. Colour artwork is by Ruefive.

Death Clock

From How Children Learn at The Changing Room, Stirling. Colour artwork is by Ruefive.

Tree Analogue, Edinburgh

Tree

Analogue, Edinburgh

Occasionally, I'm lucky enough to get the chance to create artwork at a larger scale. Working with a mixture of acrylic paint and ink, I draw large-scale patterns and illustrations directly onto walls either as one-off commissions or as part of exhibitions.