After last year’s very successful and fun participation in the Salon des Refusés: Exhibition of Artworks Refused from the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition brilliantly organised by Happenstance Gallery, when my work ‘Fern Boy’ was awarded first prize Salon des Refusés 2018 The People’s Vote, I’m delighted to take part in this amazing show once again at Camden Image Gallery.…Read More
Absolutely delighted that my work ‘Fern Boy’ was awarded FIRST PRIZE at The 2018 Salon des Refusés of artworks refused by the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition as most voted artwork out of over 170 UK and international creators across a range of art forms. View Top 12 Artworks. A big THANK YOU to all who…Read More
Delighted to invite you to the annual RA Salon des Refusés 2018, organised by Happenstance Art & Framing Gallery during 7-10 June 2018 where I’ll be showing 2 works. There are two private views I will be attending and would be lovely to see you there. Tickets are free, but you need to register. Here are…Read More
Blue Rose was made the day I built a big kaleidoscope to photograph through. Mainly intended for portraits, the kaleidoscope was first tested on the beautiful English roses in my garden, which were later transformed into these supernatural versions of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks Blue Roses you see below. ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Gordon Cole of the FBI…Read More
New website launched today! Congratulations to Leigh Warnick for his brave new gallery direction embracing Fine Arts and to local architect and brilliant artist Doina Moss, for the Gallery interior design. Very proud of this labour of love. Please, visit the website www.leighpicturegallery.co.uk and also have a look at the Artists section where I’m featuring as an…Read More
Emotions that if cut, would bleed.Read More
You’ve reached another dimension. A dimension of sound. A dimension of sight. A dimension of mind. A land of both shadow and substance. Of things and ideas. It is the middle-ground between light and shadow. It lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge. It is an area which we…Read More
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“I needed to redesign my website and make it responsive and I knew instantly that Cristina was the person who could make this happen. Cristina is always a delight to work with and makes her clients feel like anything is possible. She created a a website for me that sensitively honoured the look and…Read More
I blogged about Golden deer & modern deer psychology. Translation: my work is displayed in the window at the wonderful Leigh Gallery Hampton, UK. Read about it below, then go see it at 3 New Broadway, Hampton Road, Hampton Hill TW12 1JG. Read the guest blog on The Leigh Gallery Website.Read More
Most of us go through each day looking for what we saw yesterday. No wonder that’s what we find. Dare to meet your Surreal self? Drop me a line.Read More
The Daguerreotype by Edgar Allan Poe THIS WORD is properly spelt Daguerréotype, and pronounced as if written Dagairraioteep. The inventor’s name is Daguerre, but the French usage requires an accent on the second e, in the formation of the compound term. The instrument itself must undoubtedly be regarded as the most important, and perhaps the…Read More