Digital Art
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Digital Art

There should be nothing to stop any artist trying new creative ways of working in line with technology. David Hockney has been doing it for years.

Using the iPad enables me to have an entire studios worth of materials in one place. From scissors to spraycans. The immediacy of approach and the ability to save work at every stage gives a freedom of expression that isn’t tied to what materials are available.

There is absoloutely no replacing the physical application of materials and I will always prefer that engagement on a primal level, getting my hands dirty and the smell of ink or paint.

Whilst there are new ways to make art being developed all the time I for one will always to want explore and experiment with them. 

The beauty of working in this medium is that all of the images are available as limited edition gicleƩ prints. The editions will be no more than 20 signed prints.