Making Use of Space
       
     
One Night in June
       
     
Another Exciting Development
       
     
Ghost
       
     
Folly for the Future
       
     
Tried and Found Wanting
       
     
Tried and Found Wanting
       
     
Tried and Found Wanting (detail)
       
     
Proving Futile II
       
     
Proving Futile I
       
     
Proving Futile I
       
     
267 in Pink
       
     
Underbelly (altar piece)
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
The Wherewithal
       
     
The Wherewithal
       
     
Double Dutch
       
     
Afterimage
       
     
 Studio paper study, 2014
       
     
Untitled
       
     
In Situ
       
     
In Situ
       
     
In Situ
       
     
Untitled
       
     
Untitled
       
     
Loop (correspondence drawing)
       
     
Untitled
       
     
Untitled horizontal no. 3
       
     
Untitled (building blocks)
       
     
Getting Them Wrong Again
       
     
Sounds Like Drawing
       
     
Writ Large
       
     
The Broken Night
       
     
Making Use of Space
       
     
Making Use of Space

Graphite and pastel on paper mounted to rolled steel, 2017.

Exhibition view: A History of Drawing, Camberwell Space, 2018.

One Night in June
       
     
One Night in June

Graphite and pastel on paper mounted to rolled steel, 2017.

Another Exciting Development
       
     
Another Exciting Development

Graphite and marker on paper mounted to aluminium, 47 x 22 cm, 2017.

Ghost
       
     
Ghost

Marker and pencil on paper, 56 x 76 cm, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin.

Folly for the Future
       
     
Folly for the Future

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin.

Tried and Found Wanting
       
     
Tried and Found Wanting

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel with oak batten, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin

Tried and Found Wanting
       
     
Tried and Found Wanting

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel with oak batten, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin

Tried and Found Wanting (detail)
       
     
Tried and Found Wanting (detail)
Proving Futile II
       
     
Proving Futile II

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin.

Proving Futile I
       
     
Proving Futile I

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin.

Proving Futile I
       
     
Proving Futile I

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin.

267 in Pink
       
     
267 in Pink

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel with oak batten, 2016. Photograph: Thomas Kitchin.

Underbelly (altar piece)
       
     
Underbelly (altar piece)

Pencil and pastel on paper mounted to steel with oak batten, 2015.

There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures

(left)

Marker and pencil on paper, mounted to steel, 2015.

Two works made specifically for the exhibition Between Thought and Space opposite each other on the left and right side of Dilston Grove, Southwark Park.

There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures

(right)

Marker and pencil on paper, mounted on rolled steel, 2015. Photograph: Peter Abrahams

There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures

(left)

Marker and pencil on paper, mounted to steel, 2015.

There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures

(detail, left)

Marker and pencil on paper, mounted to steel, 2015.

There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures
       
     
There are inherent contradictions in most charitable gestures

(right)

Marker and pencil on paper, mounted on rolled steel, 2015.

The Wherewithal
       
     
The Wherewithal

Installation view from residency at Punk & Sheep, Canary Wharf, 2014

The Wherewithal
       
     
The Wherewithal

detail, in progress

Double Dutch
       
     
Double Dutch

Pencil and marker on paper, 35 x 62 cm, 2014.

Afterimage
       
     
Afterimage

Mixed media on paper, 56 x 76 cm, 2014.

 Studio paper study, 2014
       
     

Studio paper study, 2014

Untitled
       
     
Untitled

Mixed media on paper, 56 x 76 cm, 2014.

In Situ
       
     
In Situ

Installation for ‘In – and outside – writing’, exhibition at Voorkamer, Lier, Belgium, 2011. Photograph: Paul Verstreken.

In Situ
       
     
In Situ

Installation for ‘In – and outside – writing’, exhibition at Voorkamer, Lier, Belgium, 2011. Photograph: Paul Verstreken.

In Situ
       
     
In Situ

Installation for ‘In – and outside – writing’, exhibition at Voorkamer, Lier, Belgium, 2011. Photograph: Paul Verstreken.

Untitled
       
     
Untitled

Lier residency installation, paper and China Marker, February, 2011.

Untitled
       
     
Untitled

Lier residency installation, paper and China Marker, February, 2011.

Loop (correspondence drawing)
       
     
Loop (correspondence drawing)

Vinyl, paper collage and china marker on paper, 2010.

Untitled
       
     
Untitled

Ghent residency installation, 2010.

Untitled horizontal no. 3
       
     
Untitled horizontal no. 3

China marker and collage paper, 22 cm x 2m, 2010. Photograph: Peter Abrahams.

Untitled (building blocks)
       
     
Untitled (building blocks)

China marker on paper, 2010. Photograph: Peter Abrahams.

Getting Them Wrong Again
       
     
Getting Them Wrong Again

Acrylic and China marker on board, 90 x 150 cm, 2010.

Sounds Like Drawing
       
     
Sounds Like Drawing

Watercolour and china marker on paper, 36 x 68 cm, 2010.

Writ Large
       
     
Writ Large

Acrylic on Panel, 2007.

The Broken Night
       
     
The Broken Night

Acrylic and Ink on panel, 2006.