Three new pieces have been added to my prints section. These are the Tree Hugger prints (1, 2 and 3). They are inspired by spending time in the countryside, while giving a nod to my ongoing interest in urban art.Contact me to buy prints or enquire about sizes.
All prints are on 280gsm soft white cotton archival quality fine art paper.
Frames are high quality Nielsen brand. Wood with satin white finish.
The magazine part of the site offers insight into varied and interesting areas of the creative industries. On top of that, they are also affiliated with the Guardian Culture Professionals Network.
I've updated my Artist Statement to reflect where I'm at as an artist more accurately. You can view it on the About the Artist page.
Here's the introduction.
"I like the analogy of my artwork being like music with a distorted vocal track where the words are buried in the mix. If you alter your mind set and take the time to unravel the new meaning created by listening to the sounds of the words that you can only partly understand, you are faced with something potentially more interesting. It asks you questions about your own perceptions and the limits of your imagination."
I'd like to recommend Iris Print for giclée printing. They are happy to do one off jobs as well as runs for your limited edition masterpieces. They also print greetings cards with your work on them at a very reasonable price. They print on a range of fine quality papers as well as canvas. Visit www.irisprint.co.uk to find out more.
The container series of wood sculpture wall hangings are the products of some hard work and careful construction. The build quality is something I'm really proud of. They look and feel like a sophisticated, top quality item for homes, office or commercial premises. The image below is the promo image for the first of the series 'Container 1036'. I'm really interested in how people interpret them, so please get in touch if you have an interesting take on this one.
I'm pleased to have finished danielabbbott.co.uk. It represents a new era for my work as an artist and freelance creative.
I've designed it, built it, coded it myself from scratch using HTML, CSS and a bit of PHP. Many thanks to my development teacher and general saviour of the day, Paul McManus, without whom this site wouldn't work as well or look as good.