My art is not political so please don’t read anything into this image of a spoiled boy ruining what others have built up, just for the fun of it.
Check out my new mosaics – here is a few together – see Gallery page for more. They’re in a group show in January – details to follow.
It’s our first parents, Adam and Eve, so any hint of lewdness is prelapsarianly banished.
I also showed this sculpture at the ‘Out Fall’ exhibition at Grosvenor Chapel. It is a temptingly high pile of large children’s blocks. It reads ‘Feel Free To Knock Down.’ Someone did. I literally asked for it.
I showed this sculpture at Grosvenor Chapel, part of the Mayfair Art Weekend. It is the leap of faith, or maybe a comment on the danger of a political version of the leap of faith. I’m hoping it will soon appear in another church.
Thanks Ben and Annalisa for some vigorous interactivity.
He dances when you tread on the boards. Come and see – open until Sunday. Candid Arts, Torrens Street, right by Angel tube.
I have made a robot! He can dance. Come and see, and dance with him, at ‘Affinity’, a group exhibition at Candid Arts in Islington, June 4-8.
For St George’s Day I made a huge dragon-slaying machine, around which I constructed a show for local schoolchildren. This image shows the dragon’s head smashed up by a large wooden foot. It was fun, and bloody.