In Situ

IN SITU

my work on other people's walls

"Over the years, some of the people who have bought my work have been kind enough to send me photos of it in situ and tell me a bit about why they bought it. I am very grateful to them for agreeing to share those pictures and thoughts with me here."

B from Birmingham

Clockwise from top left: What? Spilt Milk, In Bits, Enough, In Grey, Susie

"I was immediately drawn to Spilt Milk, not just because it's a stunning composition, but it made me reflect on unfinished business.  A reminder that mistakes/accidents do happen, and that in many situations can be easily rectified, if we are willing."

'B' from Birmingham

Mike and Kirsty

Points of View, Ecco Homo and Cleaning

"We loved the quality of the paintings and wanted to display them as a modern interpretation of a triptych as both a contemplation and conversation piece. To us, we see Jesus as the Christ figure standing in the gap between the two speakers on the one side and encouraging us to carry out the hard work of cleaning society’s wounds on the other.  We’ve hung them in the dining room and look forward to hearing other views when guests join us for a meal." 

Mike and Kirsty from Devizes

Mr J, Covent Garden

Interconnected, alongside plates by Grayson Perry and Gilbert and George

'I grew up looking at a Lowry on my parents wall.  When I saw Interconnected in 2021 it both reminded me of my childhood plus summed up London at the time - the usual zombies everywhere on their phones but now with accompanying Covid masks!'

Mr J, Covent Garden

C. from Cornwall3

Study for A Kind of Equilibrium

"Very emotive and rather sad. To me it shows a couple in love who have become disconnected because they have been unable to communicate. They seem lonely and unhappy." "It will be resolved!"

V.& C. from Cornwall

If you would like your collection to feature on this page please email me with photos and a few words about it.