Saturday, 20 December 2014

Molly's Odyssey, 2013 - The Kiss

Molly's Odyssey, 2013
80 cms high x 47 cms wide

Features the writer Rebecca Chance as Molly Bloom in my version of Molly's soliloquy - the last chapter of James Joyce's Ulysses.

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End of the Rainbow - the banking pot.

End of the Rainbow, 2012 -on my website with lots more detail here.

Affectionately known at 'The Banking Pot,' this one uses the shape of the Indian money-pot and traces the relationship between art, religion, banking and pots. I'm proud to say that the first bank was clay pot - a storage jar full of grain.
Featuring: The bull and the bear, St. Pauls (complete with the Occupy tents), the Medici boat and coat of arms, Tate Modern, Damien Hirst's Dolphins swimming down the Thames, London Bridge, a rainbow, The Tower of London, Cezanne's Card Players, and assorted patron saints of pottery, banking and accounting.

90cms high x 54cms wide.

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Thursday, 27 November 2014

Dinner With Svetlana, 2009

Dinner With Svetlana, 2009  Therein lies a tale which you can read about here:

Svetlana was commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art in Esfahan, for the show set for April 2009 - cancelled due to uprising.

Comprising 7 large plates, (40cms wide appox) It tells a story so the set needs to be kept together.
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The Look and Migration Man, (2009)




















Top: The Look 2009, from the show 'How to Eat a Pomegranate' 2010 and originally destined for the Museum of the Contemporary Art, Esfahan, April 2009. The show was cancelled because of the uprising, or rather because of 'sensitivities' according to the Iran Foreign Ministry.

The Look, 2009 (large plate 43cms width approx)

Thinking About Migration, 2009. From the same show.
(very large plate 55cms approx)

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Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Monday, 10 November 2014

How to Make a Wedding Photo, Winter, 2009

From 2009, How to Make A Wedding Photo  SOLD

How to Make A Wedding Photo, Winter 2009, (four views, including one at the end showing scale) - Featuring me with a group of friends in Iran. We're looking at the wedding photos for one of the women on the pot. They're showing me how they photoshopped the event into an Austrian fairytale wedding complete with castle, white horse and snowy woodland. (They live in the central Iranian desert.)