My paintings are about landscape under threat from human intervention and the effects of climate change.  The work speculates about the future and what might be in store for the planet in a time of climactic uncertainty.
The paintings ‘Erosion’, ‘Deluge’, ‘Fracture’, ‘Fallout’, ’Carbon Course’, and ‘Blight’ relate to deforestation, global warming, fracking, pollution, the green house effect and ash dieback.  ‘How Many Miles from Barbizon?’, above, is a reference to the Barbizon School of Painting of which Corot was a leader.   It is a reinterpretation of his ‘Four Times of Day’ in the National Gallery as an apocalyptic landscape. (link to Statement)