Georgie's Dream

Georgie's Dream

Exploring surreal landscapes incorporating techniques used in recent collages.

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Exhibition Space

Alternative Exhibition Space

Imagining an alternative exhibition space and presentation.

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Small Assemblage

Assemblage

Small cardboard assemblage. Combining ideas from recent work to make 3D paper realisations of 2D drawings.

Assemblage

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Natural To Virtual

Natural To Virtual

Illustration for World Magazine Culture section. About removing people from the “givenness” of the natural world. Technology communicates that humans can transcend the natural limitations of their bodies and circumstances. This can create a kind of cognitive dissonance, making many people feel discontent with their own lives when they have a far “better” vision only inches away from their eyes.

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Initial pencil sketch

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Apple Screwed

Apple Screwed

While eating my morning apple this image suddenly popped into my mind for no apparent reason. I was sufficiently intrigued to quickly realize it with my phone's camera and a jar of screws and nails. Needless to say the apple remained uneaten.

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Donna's Twin

Donna's Twin

Exploring the collaging of paper textures, ephemera and the human figure in a way that creates visual interest.

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Little Egypt

Little Egypt

Continuing to explore the collaging of paper textures, ephemera and the human figure in a way that creates visual interest.

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Daysleeper

Daysleeper

Experimental image combining the human figure with ephemeral textures in a way to create visual interest.

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Medical Rounds

Medcal Rounds

Two images for John Hopkins. The first is about scrambler therapy which is a technique used to offer relief from chronic pain which it does by blocking the ascending pain impulses to the brain. To get across this idea I used a straightforward interpretation of a raised hand holding back the negative impulses.

The second is about a protein that may be able to predict the onset of cognitive impairment years before symptoms emerge. I used the visual metaphor of a weather balloon as a predictor with storm clouds gathering in the head. Attached to the balloon is the protein structure used to identify forthcoming issues.

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Sketchbook Pages

Sketchbook page 01

I started keeping a sketchbook for the first time during lockdown. It's something of a semi-regular pursuit depending on what else I'm working on but here are two recent spreads.

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