Descent

That was her second welcoming to this life. She collided once again into jagged earth, showered from above with liquids. The creature groaned out as colour drained from the impacted wound. She couldn’t tell you why she did it. A flooding sensation of muscle and tension begged to taste the creatures anguish, so she sunk … More Descent

Nurture

With a gentle crack, she fell face first into the ground. Her head was drenched in confusion as she attempted to comprehend the shapes and teeth around her. A warm and familiar embrace closed in around flesh, staining its surface with stale breath. She turned a sore neck to look up, to be greeted by … More Nurture

Legacy Prints

Times are changing over at Messy Miscreation. The online store has been a steady flow of support for creating more content and the prints over there have been a favorite for everybody. Unfortunately all good things must end and for some of the prints on the store the end is nigh. The three sets of … More Legacy Prints

The Horsfall [An exhibition blog that may be later than expected]

Life isn’t ever simple and the past 3 months are a perfect example. I started a new job, got to grips with said job and then began to fix up a few areas of Messy Miscreation before moving forward. Now in March of 2018 I have finally finished and collected up the work I created … More The Horsfall [An exhibition blog that may be later than expected]

Verbal Ammunition: My first artist residency

I’m proud to announce that I will be a three week artist in residency slot over at the Horsfall beside 42nd Street! The Horsfall @ 42nd street hosts Verbal Ammunition: an artist residency and exhibition exploring mental health and life on the autistic by artist Messy Miscreation Artist Haydn Gardner (Messy Miscreation) makes mess. Through his practice … More Verbal Ammunition: My first artist residency

My reflection on Chris Packnam: Asperger’s and Me

I’m not usually one to sit long enough to watch a television program since university but my Dad encouraged me to give Chris Packnam’s documentary a go. I had it on in the background while working and before I knew it I had watched the entire thing and hadn’t completed a single brush stroke on … More My reflection on Chris Packnam: Asperger’s and Me