MOODY GIRLS – in tone and colour

Here is a sample of my latest digital reworkings of some of my most commercially successful old library and sketchbook images. More beautiful girls, fully clothed (more or less) and in regular – taken-from-life (also more or less) poses.  The girl in the polka dot dress is an obvious homage to that famous Athena tennisContinue reading “MOODY GIRLS – in tone and colour”

OILS ON PAPER… “FORM THROUGH COLOUR”

I fancied myself as something of a colourist around the the time I started at Saint Martin’s (1978/79), when this selection of oils on paper dates from. The idea of expressing things like bodily posture and even personality and human attitude through blocks of colour – with just a bit of assistance from drawn linesContinue reading “OILS ON PAPER… “FORM THROUGH COLOUR””