Monday, 20 December 2010

Saturday, 20 November 2010

6by4 Secret Postcard Exhibition.

Entry 1 and 2. (Paris, and Walking Away)

Sunday, 14 November 2010

6by4 secret postcard exhibition

6by4 exhibition was held at the GASP - Gallery Art Space Portsmouth.

To celebrate their 30th Anniversary Art Space Portsmouth held '6by4'.
A secret postcard exhibition in GASP (Gallery Art Space Portsmouth.
The artists' identity remained a secret until the point of purchase.
About 600 postcards from artists all over the world, with name-drops like Paul Smith, Martin Parr and Wayne Hemingway.

Art Space Portsmouth

Monday, 25 October 2010

life inspires art as art inspires life

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Get your pencils, pens and inks out people!

October 2010 is Big Draw month in twenty countries and on five continents. Launched in 2000, this annual initiative has grown from 180 events in the UK to over 1500 worldwide. The Campaign aims to use drawing to connect visitors with museum and gallery collections, urban and rural spaces – and the wider community – in new and enjoyable ways.

Every Big Draw season offers unlimited scope for those who love to draw and those who think they can’t.

Take a look at what’s happening in your area and join an event. More venues are added daily, so be sure to visit again.
Big Draw Day is Saturday 9 October, but events start at the end of September and continue until early November.

Join us on 22 and 23 October for Make your Mark on the Future: From London Bridge to Tower Bridge. At our London Highlight event you can choose from thirty activities at eight venues, and collect your free Daler-Rowney art materials. No one is too young or old to take part in this free drawing bonanza.

It’s not too late to organise an event and enter for a Drawing Inspiration Award. Publicise your plans now on our regional listings pages and use our logo on all marketing materials.Visit and post information, photos about your event. Tell your friends.

The Big Draw is sponsored by Daler-Rowney and Cass Art.

Saturday, 25 September 2010

Basing View studies

Basing View

Basing View, Synthtic Trees.

Friday, 3 September 2010

Watch This Space

I am currently working on a new series of drawings and paintings, the concept is very location based, leading on from past projects.

Originating from the idea of nature and man made structures fighting each other for attention.

Sunday, 25 July 2010

Post Cards

All these Postcards were found in a local charity shop, both the sender and receiver are strangers to me.
"Easter. 1975. We went here on Good Friday. Really lovely. Mum and Pop."

Paris 1980 "...the crossing was very smooth we docked on dead on 4 o/c. Snow & fog greeted us, but the weather has been perfect since...Tonight we are in a campsite on the outskirts of Paris. Tomorrow we head for the South..."


Found postcards, all three caught my eye, out of a stack of many post cards. This process of selecting what interests you reminds me of the process of making paintings, the choices we make, and question what about the image we find interesting.
Ideas of location, history and travel have been surfacing in my work.

Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Goodbye 54

This water colour and pen drawing is a commemoration to my house in cheltenham, the image I connect with living there and remember waking up to.
Scaled down from the usual size, due to not being in the studio's anymore.
Sorry for the quality, my camera is broken and needs to be sent away.

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Pittville Fine Art Degee Show 2010

Photo includes two pieces by Sally Webster (far right).

A selection of pieces of work, created over the past few months and exhibited at Pittville Fine Art Degree Show 2010.

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Window Framed Clouds

Whilst invigilating at the Jerwood Drawing Prize, I found myself looking at the clouds framed in the windows in the gallery. I made these drawings as a response to that.

Clouds on Glass

A recent experiment of painting on glass.

Friday, 5 March 2010

Blue Window

This piece represents the view from a window from inside a building.

Cloud Windows

This is a large scale piece, based on the idea of seeing the sky seperated through windows, it has been made using six pieces of paper, but worked on as one. This is inspired by views from the Sears/Willis Tower in chicago.

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

A hint of Chicago

A few pictures from the week I spent in Chicago, this winter. Including views from the Willis (Sears) Tower, the John Hancock Observatory, Reflections in puddles and on buildings and some of the sculptures in Millenium Park.

Two pictures from a contemporary art galleries.