this Print was inspired by the outrageous statement by Donald Trump that numerous parts of the UK had become No Go Zones because of Muslims. my response was to metaphorically place Trump in the now derelict Leigh Road Sports Ground (next to the North Circular motorway in East London) at the point of being beheaded (by Me, I’m wearing a Niqab btw…) with a large spoon.
Had a bit of a needed break from social media the past few weeks, partly also graft related as I'm back in the Smoke on redec/refurb project (more on that another time...)
#flashback to last Friday's little yomp up to Jawbones Hill, the highest point above Dartmouth. This was area, above Dyers Wood, was auctioned off last Summer, to the National Trust, I believe, and is now being gently grazed/managed.
The finished mixed media print, 'Little Dartmouth Pine II', 100cm x 71cm on Fabriano Rospina. £800
Some further #meanderings along and around the South West Coastal Path from yesterday afternoon
The Summer is exploding #weatherpermitting on and around @wildingweekehill at the moment...
#WiP for 'Little Dartmouth Pine II', the next latest mixed media Print from the Tree Portraits Series, 100cm x 71cm on Fabriano Rospina
A massive thank you to Laurie Jackson & Dr Tony Whitbread @kneppsafaris @sussexwildlifetrust for the Rewilding Smaller Scale Workshop at the Knepp Wildlands in Sussex last week.
Presenting 'Little Dartmouth Pine I', my latest large mixed media Print, from the Tree Portraits Series, 100cm x 71cm on Fabriano Rospina, 300gsm.