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.