Autistic Adults, I’m seeking your input on an art project [Concluded]

  ****This project has now concluded, keep an eye on Messy Miscreation to see the outcome*** ***This projects collaboration deadline has been extended until October the 15th 2017*** **Warning: This artist brief is a proposal to create artwork using a mixture of typography and my own painting style. This will include sensitive and potentially upsetting … More Autistic Adults, I’m seeking your input on an art project [Concluded]

Till Receipt Doodles: A documentation of anxiety [Autism Awareness Week]

In yesterdays post I briefly went over a particular coping mechanism I had developed for my volunteered shifts at my local Oxfam charity shop. In today’s post I wanted to cover another side to my creative process that I developed during those shifts to cope with the situations I would get into. I started volunteering … More Till Receipt Doodles: A documentation of anxiety [Autism Awareness Week]

Revisiting old work [A painting for Autism Awareness Week]

When you study Fine Art at Uni you are encouraged to reflect upon the work you have created. As it’s swiftly approaching two years since I graduated from Coventry University I wanted to reflect on the style of work I was producing back then in comparison to the techniques I use now. Since University I … More Revisiting old work [A painting for Autism Awareness Week]

Raising money for the National Autistic Society!

Autism Awareness Week is swiftly approaching and along with a series of blog posts I will be raising money for National Autistic Society through my online art store. The NAS is the leading UK charity for autistic people and do wonderful work for many individuals on the spectrum, including myself. They have given me many … More Raising money for the National Autistic Society!

Spotlight Sunday [Liz]

This weeks Spotlight Sunday will be covering the painting known as Liz. This particular painting was created in March 2016 and was one of the first paintings on perspex that transitioned from acetate. Perspex feels completely different to acetate and the ink dries with the colour remaining vivid and strong. The other positive was it … More Spotlight Sunday [Liz]