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A Necessary Language

I’ve written many times about my creative process, but thoughts and insights about my work evolve so quickly that any words rapidly become dated and redundant. I once compared my art to a language that I learn only by direct … Continue reading

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Meat and Marrow

People tend to be surprised that someone like myself, who makes art with bones and roadkill, is a vegetarian. I believe that vegetarianism is a perfect accompaniment to the way I create, as working with the dead forges empathy and a … Continue reading

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‘Mother’ Mixed media with magpie, bone and my mother’s clothing.

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Compassion and The Living Dead

    I’ve been aware for some time now, of a surge of focus on taxidermy art and art made from road kill. When I was exhibiting in London at the end of last year I heard that there were … Continue reading

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