Available Works
Girl in a Red Chair
Girl in a Red Chair Acrylic on canvas 49.5x39.5cm AU$700 Unframed
Contemplation
Contemplation Acrylic & carbon on burlap 25x50cm AU$650 Framed
Fragility
Fragility Oil on panel 20x20cm AU$550 Framed
Innocence
Innocence Oil on panel 20x20cm AU$550 Framed
Memory of Charlotte
Memory of Charlotte Oil on panel 20x20cm AU$550 Framed
Nibbles
Nibbles Oil on panel 20x20cm AU$550 Framed
Sitting in firelight, your face a shadow
Sitting in firelight, your face a shadow Charcoal on Fabriano paper 30x42cm AU$400 Framed
Portrays: Tom Pickard, an important initiator of the British Poetry Revival together with Connie Piackard. Tom and Connie founded the Morden Tower reading series together.
Poetry credit: Sitting in firelight, Tom Pickard
Private Tenderness
Private Tenderness Ink on Canson paper 30x42cm AU$400 Framed
Portrays: Cynthia Fuller, English poet and editor
Poetry credit: Durham, Tony Harrison
Vanished into nowhere Zen
Vanished into nowhere Zen Ink & Charcoal on Canson paper 42x30cm AU$400 Framed
Portrays: Dave Westerley, a frequent attendee at the Morden Tower readings.
Poetry credit: Howl, Allen Ginsburg
Look through my eyes up at blue
Look through my eyes up at blue Ink on canvas panel 10x10cm AU$200 Framed
Portrays: Unknown audience member at Colpitts
Poetry credit: Enter a Cloud, W.S. Graham
You're on your own / It's off / It's on
You're on your own / It's off / It's on Ink on canvas panel 10x10cm AU$200 Framed
Portrays: Unknown audience member
Poetry credit: Beautiful Habit, Tom Raworth
Hello Mr Cutler
Hello Mr Cutler Ink on canvas panel 10x10cm AU$200 Framed
Portrays: Ivor Cutler, Scottish poet who regularly performed his humorous poems in his soft Scottish burr on the legendary John Peel BBC radio sessions. Ivor also played the bus conductor in the Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour film.
Poetry credit: Irk, Ivor Cutler
Don't imagine (ever) an ending
Don't imagine (ever) an ending Ink on canvas panel 10x10cm AU$200 Framed
Portrays: Wendy Mulford, Welsh poet associated with the British Poetry Revival and the development of feminist poetry in the 1970s.
Poetry credit: No More Parades, Wendy Mulford
No fuss, no fret
No fuss, no fret Ink on canvas panel 10x10cm AU$200 Framed
Portrays: Gael Turnbull, Scottish poet and an important figure in the British Poetry Revival. Gael was instrumental in developing ties between the avant-garde British poets and American poets.
Poetry credit: A little celebration, Gael Turnbull
Open, the bright petals on her outspread wings
Open, the bright petals on her outspread wings Ink on canvas panel 10x10cm AU$200 Framed
Portrays: Anne Cluysenaar, Belgian born poet and painter who established the literary magazines, Scintilla and Sheaf before her untimely death.
Poetry credit: Batu-Angas, Anne Cluysensaar (adapted)
Her arms outstretched
Her arms outstretched Ink on canvas panel 10x10cm AU$200 Framed
Portrays: Unknown audience member
Poetry credit: A Coney Island of the Mind, 6, Lawrence Ferlinghetti