I have been working on my radical approach to art since the Seventies.
I am interested in developing a formalised meditative technique where
the role of the artist is to provide an intellectual vehicle to experiment
with. I formed a number of pioneering art organisations in the Eighties
and Nineties, however since 1997 I have been working in isolation. Over
the years a number of stylistic categories have become evident:
MEDITATIVE PROCESS ART:
A pictorial style which merges painting with mathematics, musical forms
or concepts borrowed from other time based media to create sequential
and developmental formats. Images are elaborated (or processed) across
the picture plane to produce complex interacting webs or mats. I have
recently began a series of NEW ERA PAINTINGS which simplify and reduce
in scale this procedure.
A reinvention of The English Landscape Tradition using formalised structures
and series of condensed images to present a many layered and multifaceted
portrayal of the natural world.
My attempt to create a new portrait painting tradition. Aspects of the
sitters’ character are presented in the form of words, numbers and
various kinds of symbol which are then examined and extended within carefully