Thursday, 6 November 2014

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Blue Bear

Blue Bear
40 x 40 cm
Oil on board


Tuesday, 19 August 2014

How Shall I Get Elephants To Stay (a book of dreams)

"Dreams are wonderful things, but how often do we forget our dream worlds as soon as we wake up? How much time do we spend trying to remember little snippets of them? Trying to piece them together during our waking hours? Trying to make sense of them?

What if we could write down all of our dreams, using art and photography to illustrate the brilliant, sad, and just plain bizarre aspects of our subconscious? This is exactly what artist Gaynor Perry has done in this remarkable new book.

How Shall I Get Elephants To Stay gives you the chance to get inside the mind of an artist, allowing you to see their innermost thoughts through words, photographs and pieces of artwork.

Using this range of artistic media, the author puts her dreams on display for all to see and ponder, giving you a fascinating insight into her world. Both thought-provoking and evocative, these images and words help to recreate the surreal and ethereal realm of dreams in the mind of the reader.

A lone suitcase stuck in a desolate stream, the beautiful eye of a horse, a silhouette looking out to sea… these images are at once alluring and melancholy, imitating the atmosphere of our other-worldly subconscious creations.

What are the meanings behind these dreams? Will you see any of your own dreams mirrored in this book? And what would your book be like if you were to record the subliminal messages from your own mind?

Whether you’re fascinated by dreams or a fan of modern art and photography, How Shall I Get Elephants To Stay will delight and enchant, captivating your imagination and stimulating your subconscious. Delving into the world of dreams has never been so beautiful."

Jessica Grace Coleman, Author

Sunday, 29 June 2014

Portrait of Evelyne Allard

Evelyne is an aerial artist currently performing in LIMBO at the South Bank in London.  

I was struck by the poetry of Evelyne's performance and wanted to capture the essence of that feeling in these photographs.   

Sunday, 1 June 2014


Danik Abishev

LIMBO is a wondrous blend of music, dance, circus, sideshow, magic, acrobatics and spectacle.  I'm fortunate enough to have seen it twice now and each time has been a life affirming experience.

Here are my photos of the cast warming up before the show.

Mick Stuart

Hilton Denis