153 x 106 cms. Mixed medium and sculpture. A young man in a chair, looking at his future self. His face marked from the experiences of life. Influenced by the work of Romare Bearden.
Against Da Tide
This bronze sculpture is situated outside of HSBC Bank, Albouy's Point, Hamilton, Bermuda. When times get tough we either pull together or pull ourselves apart, if we come to realise we are all in da same boat.
42 x 35 cms. Painting and collage. A Caribbean scene developed in a cubist style.
50 x 44 cms. Collage and paint depicting Caribbean architecture with a cubism effect.
Shield (Coat of Arm)
106 x 86 cms. Mixed medium wall hanging. My intention in this piece of work was to express a counterbalance between war and peace.
Blood and Fire
84 x 76 cms. This is a De Kooning inspired piece using black lines scratched in a falling motion and layered with collage.
Da Tattoo Three
116 x 85 cms. A family of three tattooed in colours with Egyptian style poses looking upward in optimism.
St. David's Island, Bermuda. A Memorial sculpture in rememberance of Bermudians lost at sea.
Life ring, oar, hour glass and compass that are part of the 'Lost at Sea' memorial.
Hands Across the Table
In the collection of Bermuda National Gallery. A family caught in a time where food has become scarce. Their staple diet of fish is being depleted by large floating factorys on the oceans. Influenced by Trevor Nickolls.
92 x72 cms
Collage and paint. A collection of visual stories woven together about travel, focusing on the bicycle and passenger.
Takin It To Da River
250 x 145 cms. Mixed medium. An upturned canoe acts as a washing line, depicting cleansing, baptism, washing of sins. The dress patterns on canvas relate to being measured for that final rest before the journey 'Into da blue'.
Spirit in da Sky
50 x 44 cms. Collage and paint. This developed from an earlier piece of work that focussed on cave paintings, land merges with sky whilst images and symbols create movement as a procession marching through new realms.
If you wanna. Height of consciousness?
153 x 109 cms. Relief sculpture with mixed medium. A fence of letters in bold type combining cityscape and countryside. The figure in black represents the 'little guy' caught between a rock and a hard place pondering his options.
42 x 35 cms. Collage and paint. In earlier days at art college I studied graphics. This was influenced by that experience and my focus was a design for a book cover. I'm considering developing it further.
No. 9 Shed
106 x 153 cms. This sculpture/assemblage grew from memories of my days as a merchant seaman. Recollecting docking in New York and other ports around the world and contemplating the routes that my ancestors were forced to take. Photograph by Eddie Rhead.
Now wash your hands
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