An Anthropological Study
An Anthropological Study

6ft x 4ft

Mixed Media on Wood

The Moods of Sammar
The Moods of Sammar

Mixed media on canvas

Tube times with the Queen
Tube times with the Queen

Oil on canvas

6ft x 8ft

“So Posh” Depicts a multimedia series about English stereotypes. The pieces allude to cultural “posh” references, especially those that are wrongly associated with the typical Englishman. To Brits, “posh people” are a culture within themselves, separated from the rest of English society. The pretentiousness of posh attitudes, as well as the starkly shallowness, are strongly reflected and associated within the work, as well as allusions to the Queen and her Royal followers.

So full of it
So full of it

acrylic on plastic

Poshly Producting (j.W)
Poshly Producting (j.W)
Posh Portrait
Posh Portrait
The Queen's Favorite Hats
The Queen's Favorite Hats

acrylic on card

Posh Concealer
Posh Concealer

wood, acrylic, dirt

Religious Constraints
Religious Constraints

Oil on canvas

76cm x 102cm

Few Escape from Deep Within
Few Escape from Deep Within

Oil on canvas 

76cm x 102cm

Reproducing and Immercing
Reproducing and Immercing

Oil on canvas

76cm x 102cm

Premonition #1
Premonition #1

Acrylic on canvas

51cm x 76cm

Premonition #2
Premonition #2

Acrylic on wood

122cm x 53.5cm

Spiritual woods song
Spiritual woods song

multimedia on canvas

70cm x 50cm

"Out of this World"
"Out of this World"

Mixed media on paper.

Various sizes.

The work starts with a study of human connections, especially the spiritual ties that bind us together - as partners, as communities, as human society. Using colour and abstraction, spiritual signs and meanings are discovered and explored, creating meditative images. These images are not derived from religious roots or texts, but from an in-depth study of naturally occurring powers and elements across the cosmos. Meditating on the vastness of space and the unknown challenges us to find meaning. Supernatural powers are translated by the mind into emotions - feelings of calm or anxiety, exhilaration or doubt. Ultimately, it is human connections that bring meaning to these emotions.

Inspired by Space

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An Anthropological Study
The Moods of Sammar
Tube times with the Queen
So full of it
Poshly Producting (j.W)
Posh Portrait
The Queen's Favorite Hats
Posh Concealer
Religious Constraints
Few Escape from Deep Within
Reproducing and Immercing
Premonition #1
Premonition #2
Spiritual woods song
"Out of this World"
11041119_10155962746350287_9048507679389096414_n.jpg
11885153_10155962746335287_3443673164445185930_n.jpg
11870857_10155962747290287_1330225542825638851_n.jpg
11870894_10155962747070287_958374020963176096_n.jpg
11836701_10155962628840287_7149721505794961893_n.jpg
11889547_10155962747295287_6069104331383110854_n.jpg
11903906_10155962747300287_6515291368062844558_n.jpg
11050636_10155962747040287_2490720819429915822_n.jpg
11204938_10155962755590287_3681912933576706345_n.jpg
11887947_10155962755630287_2073286806097029667_n.jpg
DSC_0380.jpg
11892136_10155962755615287_9111220116148826641_n.jpg
DSC_0384.jpg
DSC_0381.jpg
An Anthropological Study

6ft x 4ft

Mixed Media on Wood

The Moods of Sammar

Mixed media on canvas

Tube times with the Queen

Oil on canvas

6ft x 8ft

“So Posh” Depicts a multimedia series about English stereotypes. The pieces allude to cultural “posh” references, especially those that are wrongly associated with the typical Englishman. To Brits, “posh people” are a culture within themselves, separated from the rest of English society. The pretentiousness of posh attitudes, as well as the starkly shallowness, are strongly reflected and associated within the work, as well as allusions to the Queen and her Royal followers.

So full of it

acrylic on plastic

Poshly Producting (j.W)
Posh Portrait
The Queen's Favorite Hats

acrylic on card

Posh Concealer

wood, acrylic, dirt

Religious Constraints

Oil on canvas

76cm x 102cm

Few Escape from Deep Within

Oil on canvas 

76cm x 102cm

Reproducing and Immercing

Oil on canvas

76cm x 102cm

Premonition #1

Acrylic on canvas

51cm x 76cm

Premonition #2

Acrylic on wood

122cm x 53.5cm

Spiritual woods song

multimedia on canvas

70cm x 50cm

"Out of this World"

Mixed media on paper.

Various sizes.

The work starts with a study of human connections, especially the spiritual ties that bind us together - as partners, as communities, as human society. Using colour and abstraction, spiritual signs and meanings are discovered and explored, creating meditative images. These images are not derived from religious roots or texts, but from an in-depth study of naturally occurring powers and elements across the cosmos. Meditating on the vastness of space and the unknown challenges us to find meaning. Supernatural powers are translated by the mind into emotions - feelings of calm or anxiety, exhilaration or doubt. Ultimately, it is human connections that bring meaning to these emotions.

Inspired by Space

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