Abstract art has always been a fascination for me and until the beginning of 2018 posed too many inhibitions and supposed challenges for me to actually create my own work.
As my circumstances changed I was able to “brush” off these obstacles and the rest of the website shows how my work started, developed for good or bad and hopefully demonstrates how everyone has it in them to be creative in all manner of ways.
I enjoy the creative process thoroughly and if my work gives visual pleasure to viewers then that’s a real bonus as would selling work which would provide recognition that it has a value in other people’s eyes.
Adding colour to Derby London Road Hospital
Two works recently on display at the Derby Royal Hospital Air Arts exhibition have now “migrated” to the staff area at the Winter Pressures ward at London Road Community Hospital. Commented Fi Burke, Air Arts Visual Arts Curator “staff love them thank you and specifically asked for yours at their nurse’s station to liven it up. …
Canart “Fallen” on show at Derby Enterprise Centre
The latest Canart work, “Fallen”, will be on show at the University of Derby Enterprise Centre from February to June 2019 alongside work by other artists. Fallen depicts a World War One battle scene emphasising the new mechanical nature of war and sadly the spectacular beauty of explosions that have such destructive capabilities.