Primarily drawings are a precursor to paintings for me. My paintings are the result of different ideas taken from several sketches and blended together. These drawings are the result of various life studies and reactions to various places and events. The idea that the paintings informing themselves and the ideas adapt throughout the painting process means that the original idea can often be lost in the process. Some of the ideas, when simplified and left on their own form a separate image. Not all of these ideas survive the painting process, leaving these simplified images as stand alone pieces. Outside of the life studies, most of these drawing exist on a small scale. Most often in postcard size. The different versions of each that are displayed are an example of recreation. Although I do make fine art prints of these images, I more than often recreate the image separately. This brings a uniqueness to each image with each one, while being essentially the same picture, becomes its own. Any enquiries into sales, including sizes and prices should be made via the contact page.