Artist's description:

As an artist and designer I truly admire a texture of natural materials. When I spot an interesting object, abandoned on the streets of London, I do everything I can to transport it to my studio and transform it into a painting / collage or installation. I call this method a “Sweet Recycle”.

In this case I have adopted a large wood panel and painted it with water based paint. The main theme is based around my own botanical studies of Flagstaff Iris (Latifolia) at Kew Gardens. This impressive plant takes its name from the Greek word for a rainbow, which is also the name for the Greek goddess.

The linear style of this painting is also inspired by natural layers of wooden knots which are visible throughout the artwork. Hence, the plywood is not only a background but also a “paint”or a “colour” of the plants.

2016 London Art Studio (LAS), Chiswick, London
2016 Grid Art Fair, Old Truman Brewery, London

Colour Palette:
Little Green English Heritage Spearmint 202; Canton 94; Cupboard Green 201; Shirting 129; Green Verditer 92; Eau de Nil 90 and Basalt 221.

Materials used:

wood, paint

Sweet Recycle: Iris (2016)


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