In the selection of work from this period I was working in a bold and graphic style, enhanced by the use of household glass pain. Rather than using this paint in a flat, cut out style as with many other artists I used it in exactly the same way as I would use oil paint, mixing and blending it to achieve the effects of a traditional landscape painting.

The compositions are simple and usually revolve around the motif of a road or path disappearing into the distance. This combined with the unnatural brightness of the gloss paint lends these paintings a rather uncanny feeling, a sense of the familiar and yet something is out of place or not quite right.

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