found objects

Gilding a City near you…

January 17, 2012

I’m really thrilled about the interest that Gilding the City is getting. To date since it’s launch (on the 2nd of Jan 2012) I’ve sent off around 20 pieces to cities around the world. So far they’ve gone to:   UK: Brighton Birmingham London West Sussex USA: Cohutta, Georgia Portland, Oregon Seattle, Washington EUROPE: Paris, […]

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Gilding the City origins and influences

January 2, 2012

I’ve just embarked upon a new temporary street art project called Gilding the City and I wanted to let you know about it. When I was very young, one of my favourite books was Pippi Longstocking, the strongest girl in the world. One of the many things she did to occupy her time was to […]

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The Lost Toy Society

March 31, 2009

now that I look at it, it’s a dreadfully Australian shot. Kolah bear, eucalyptus leaves and bluestone. I’m sure that it all means something, but I can’t figure out what. Found behind my house.

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more art

January 21, 2009

I find lots of things on the ground, mostly it’s buttons, broken jewellery and playing cards. I found a lot of tiny bones recently when I was at the beach and wandering through a garden and I wanted to make something out of them. So this is my Missing Presumed Art series.They’re all tiny, the […]

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Craft mirrors

December 22, 2008

My grandmother was very artistic. She could take any image at all and copy it perfectly. She used to lament because she couldn’t draw out of her imagination, but truly could copy anything perfectly. It was a staggering talent and one I always admired and secretly wished I had. But it suddenly occurred to me […]

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