The" Tomorrow Never Knows" paintings are heavily inspired by a recent trip to the Scottish West coast, during late winter. I know of no other place on earth where the silvery light of dusk and storm clouds can collide to produce such serene ferocity. The rugged and intertwining coastlines, with distant and lonely islands on the horizon, fading in and out of the rains and mists gives the scenery an eerie yet fantastical backdrop.
The paintings are not of one particular location or time but from memories collected over time. The result has to capture not only the sense of somewhere/sometime, but also the more subtle notion of recollection.