A Different Kind of Silence
Images from a journey through Northern Europe during winter chronicling the hidden life of snow. Features landscapes in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Austria. Interpretations of cold, very cold, by someone who lives in a virtually snow-free country. Available for order from Blurb.
Um. Probably more like a glorified photo album, I must be honest. Replete with photographs at an angle and shadow effects. Sigh. Sometimes the gods of design just isn't anywhere to be seen. Still, images that are memories and smiles. Out of print.
Seascape images that were part of an exhibition held in Kenton-on-Sea, Eastern Cape during December 2021. Arguably the most scenic coastline in South Africa. It was done in the early days of my 'coastal years' after Johannesburg, and I was still finding my feet, both in terms of art and technique. Colourful, lots of movement and craggy lines.
Orgosolo is a tiny village in Sardinia. Wall of houses and buildings in the town are painted with works of art depicting revolutionary scenes, rendered in the styles of international artists such as Pablo Picasso. Having grown up in an era of revolution, the depiction of struggle in such a public space and with such conviction made a great impression on me.