Soft pastel on Kitty Wallis sanded paper. From “The White Album” series, based on Beatles tunes and a theme of coming of age. My eldest son is the model. He always had that “mop top” look and I couldn’t resist painting him in his Let It Be t.

I also think he has an almost saintly glow in this work, appropriate to the tune.


beatles, boy, teen

I specialize in figurative charcoal drawing. My work was recently shown and sold at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Current works delve into the realm of symbolism and magic realism.
All of my drawings are meant to be noble representations of individual subjects, and also bring together a wealth of influences, recognition of art history and myth and a contemporary attitude to create images that are of the moment, but hopefully will also remain relevant in the future.

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  • Holly Werner
    Holly Wernerover 6 years ago

    Wow. Great work. Really nice.

  • mieclarke
    mieclarkeover 6 years ago

    Oh yeah, this is my favorite group! Nice work of art.

  • Margaret Zita Coughlan
    Margaret Zita ...over 6 years ago

    Excellent work, you are a fine artist

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherover 6 years ago

    i wish i could take a photograph as good as this,,and you made this with your hands

  • Lee Wilde
    Lee Wildeover 6 years ago

    Bloody brilliant. I think I am going to put my pastels away for good :-))

    Lee Wilde
    Moderator, I on 1: The Fine Art of Portraiture

  • Trisha Lamoreaux
    Trisha Lamoreauxover 6 years ago

    WOW! This makes me want to take on pastels! You are amazing!

  • toycake
    toycakeover 6 years ago

    amazing <3

  • alykat
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  • Firedrake
    Firedrakeover 6 years ago

    WOW!!! I love it…

  • Martina Stroebel
    Martina Stroebelover 6 years ago

    i am speechless! this so amazing

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