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  • Poetic Philosophy Science

    Poetic Philosophy Science

    If all the sub-atomic particles in my fingernail grew to the size of a small orange how big would my fingernail be? If every molecule of water in a full bath grew to the size of a drop of water how many baths would it take to hold them all? If you could read the […]

  • Three new paintings

    Three new paintings

    Recent work Related Posts:a few recent paintings

  • Lottery – A short Story

    Lottery – A short Story

    Branwen’s mobile phone shivered in her hand. It was Harry, her hyperactive younger brother. He was always a distraction. He could be a bit too much sometimes, but she was in a generous, and bored, mood. “Are you in?” Harry said excitedly. “I’m outside – buzz me up.” Branwen obliged. One minute later Harry stumbled […]

  • Dolur – Sorrow, done

    Dolur – Sorrow, done

    Two paintings, identical sized canvas, almost identical images.   Related Posts:SorrowPodcast, September 10th 2022 – Sorrow

  • Sam – New Painting

    Sam – New Painting

    Related Posts:Mosaic #81022 New PaintingCorona Response Team (Painting)

  • Mosaic #81022 New Painting

    Mosaic #81022 New Painting

    Related Posts:Sam – New PaintingCorona Response Team (Painting)

  • Nikki – Portrait of a character

    Nikki – Portrait of a character

    Here’s Nikki Nikki is one of a series of characters, each with their own unique back story. Back stories will be published later. Nikki Acrylic on Canvas Board 40cm x 50cm – 16” x 20” approx

  • Sorrow

    Sorrow

    Acrylic on box canvas – 70cm x 100cm/28″ x 40″ There’s a little story behind this painting. When I write it up I’ll paste it below. For now I’m happy to have finished it, it’s taken months on and off. Related Posts:Dolur – Sorrow, donePodcast, September 10th 2022 – Sorrow

  • Old Pals

    Old Pals

    Old Pals: Acrylic on Canvas 51cm x 40cm – 20″ x 16″

  • Podcast, September 10th 2022 – Sorrow

    Podcast, September 10th 2022 – Sorrow

    Click to play Related Posts:SorrowDolur – Sorrow, done

  • An early walk to the weir

    An early walk to the weir

    An early walk to the weir young gulls, learning loving, cold, water rushing, falling casual crows, black, white-necked, doves pecking, grass ducks, basking, blissfully, bathing, warm, bright, gold, late summer, sun river, tumbling endless, rushing, song Annie’s bench sitting, silently, thinking days, ahead, days, long gone. Again swans, duck, dive tails, aloft beaks, beneath, sparkling […]

  • Everything Changes

    Everything Changes

    A link to my songs on Bandcamp that I wrote some time ago and recorded last year along with Dafydd as Mwgwd https://mwgwd.bandcamp.com/

  • Opening Chapter Dec 2001

    Opening Chapter Dec 2001

    This is something I wrote in 2001, that’s nearly twenty-one years ago as I write this. It’s either genius or a piece of shit. I suppose it could even be both. You decide! (or not, I don’t care)

  • it’s a mystery

    it’s a mystery

    See also the early stages of this painting

  • A lazy writer?

    A lazy writer?

    What it is see, is that I’m a lazy writer. No, it’s true, I know that I could work much harder and craft every sentence, every paragraph, every chapter, every verse, every simile or metaphor into something that is entirely professional and rock solid. No, I could, I really could do it – every time. […]

  • A deliberate poem – Brown Black Birds

    A deliberate poem – Brown Black Birds

    I wrote this poem yesterday while sitting in my car in a car park in Cardiff. It took around 15 minutes to write and another 2 minutes to record after reading it through. The original text was not edited and neither was the recording, but I was tempted. Sometimes the raw unedited material has something […]

  • The beginning of something?

    The beginning of something?

    Work in progress Acrylic on Canvas 600mm x 690mm After a while. See also it’s a mystery – completed painting

  • Table 9

    Table 9

    19:15-Chapter TABLE 9 It’s kinda tucked away at the side of the Café-Bar near the entrance to the Art Gallery Table 9 A place to look to assess to judge and comment There’s a woman with her daughter slurping on soup and munching on salad and drinking diet cola A family with two parental figures […]

  • It’s a compromise

    It’s a compromise

  • a few recent paintings

    a few recent paintings

    here’s a few recent paintings. there’s about 50 altogether, mostly 12″ x 10″ – 30cm x 25cm – acrylic on canvas, some larger acrylic on paper. Most painted on the coffee table in the evenings over the last few months. some may be for sale, contact me if interested Related Posts:Three new paintings