A Selection of prints for my exhibition A Midsummer’s Night. Opening March 15 2019.
A warm evening in July, the city full of lively bustle. The pleasures of eating, there is no rush.
A Midsummer’s Night is drawn from memories of a recent trip to Italy.
My work celebrates modern daily life with a focus around the dining table. It is the combination of observing relationships, symbolism found in objects and the many rituals associated with food. The prints are flat, black, and bold. They draw inspiration from facets of German Expressionism, pop and Momento Mori still life paintings.
A commission for restaurant Gran Tivoli in Nolita, New York. An installation of 25 prints in their main dining room. Below is a selection that will be exhibited in A Midsummer’s Night 2019 at China Heights Gallery.