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Andy Warhol's critics' said his art did not have any meaning, and he himself said: "I am a deeply superficial person". Like Warhol - I take images of any kind and present them as works of art. Whether it is one of my photographs of a brick wall, or my oil-paintings of a nude - the purpose is the same for me: to indentify them collectively as 'art'. At the University of Plymouth where I studied for a Fine Art degree, there was no place for 'meaninglessness' or 'superficiality' in art - only 'depth'! But neither was it a place to go and learn how to paint and draw, ironically!

However, I recieved painting lessons from the renowned artist, Robert Lenkiewicz. Design also influences some my work, and there is a 'graphic' element to much of it.

Some galleries previously exhibited:

Newlyn Gallery, Cornwall; part of a group show.

Roy Miles Gallery, Bruton Street, London (now the Halcyon Gallery): part of a group show.

The Athenaeum, Derry's Cross, Plymouth; solo show.

Rok, Exeter Business Park, Exeter; part of a group show (painting removed prematurely following complaints by employees of Rok about female breasts on show).



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