Hadrian’s Wall 1900 Exhibition

2022 marked 1900 years since the building of Hadrian’s Wall, celebrated in activities and events along the length of its site (see the official HW1900 website). One of the events was a print exhibition in which printmakers were invited to make a work exactly 300mm high to be tiled into a long line for showContinue reading “Hadrian’s Wall 1900 Exhibition”

Fruitful Exhibition, and beyond

When Florence Arts put out an open call for work made in response to the prompt “Fruitful,” I recalled a quote I’d heard that described quantum mechanics as the most fruitful science we’ve had in the last hundred or so years. I forget where I heard it, but it came into my head anyway. MyContinue reading “Fruitful Exhibition, and beyond”


I’m interested in the behaviour of fluids in relation to complexity theory, particularly the way that emergent behaviours can arise from large systems of simple elements. Think of water, a simple molecule, uninteresting except perhaps for a charge difference between its ends. Then think of huge ocean waves rolling into shore… you’d never imagine thatContinue reading “Fluid”


A long development process went into a series of hybrid monoprint/linoprints that took me from painting to drawing to printmaking, being led all the way by the materials. An exciting process to go through. It started with a painting made with household and acrylic paints on paper, inspired by Hieronymous Bosch’s The Garden of EarthlyContinue reading “0xFFD8FFEE”