His Umbrella
His Umbrella

2009. oil, acrylic and emulsion on board (61 x 92cm)

A direct collaboration with Rose Davey who creates the geometric backgrounds as an architectural space for Ian's contributions. The work culminated in a series entitled 'A Singular Pair'.

Slip
Slip

2009. oil, acrylic and emulsion on board (61 x 92cm)

A direct collaboration with Rose Davey who creates the geometric backgrounds as an architectural space for Ian's contributions. The work culminated in a series entitled 'A Singular Pair'.

 

New York New York
New York New York

2009. oil, acrylic and emulsion on board (61 x 105cm)

A direct collaboration with Rose Davey who creates the geometric backgrounds as an architectural space for Ian's contributions. The work culminated in a series entitled 'A Singular Pair'.

Franko
Franko

2010. oil on canvas (90 x 100cm)

In collaboration with director, writer and close friend Rachel May Snider.

 

Rachel's Father
Rachel's Father

2010. oil and acrylic on canvas (90 x 120cm)

In collaboration with director, writer and close friend Rachel May Snider.

And His Shoes
And His Shoes

2010. oil on canvas (25 x 30cm)

Balloons in the End
Balloons in the End

2011. oil on canvas (80 x 180cm)

The Door
The Door

2011. oil on canvas (106 x 210cm)

The Tactile Superiority of the Five Penny Piece
The Tactile Superiority of the Five Penny Piece

2011. oil and acrylic on canvas (30 x 107cm)

Four Letter Words
Four Letter Words

2011. oil and acrylic on canvas (46 x 91cm)

Down Hill (Self-Portrait)
Down Hill (Self-Portrait)

2014. acrylic and oil on board (70 x 70cm)

The Holding Room
The Holding Room

2015. acrylic and oil on board (47 x 63cm)

This portrait of writer and performer Rachel May Snider is overlaid with an image of her deceased father in a canoe paddling off into an aquamarine sea. The image is painted over a lattice of individually cut strips of masking tape producing 1,665 squares. The title is taken from Rachel's upcoming novel. The Holding Room is described as a place where everyone's personal narratives and memories are archived when they die. 

The White Hotel
The White Hotel

2014. acrylic and oil on wood (19.5 x 62.5cm)

Inexplicable
Inexplicable

2016. acrylic and oil on board (16 x 20cm)

Self-Portrait (on the side)
Self-Portrait (on the side)

2017. oil on panel (14 x 13cm)

Three Women
Three Women

2017. oil on panel (40 x 57cm)

Portrait of Rose, Clem and Abi all at various stages of pregnancy in front a landscape lifted from Raphael's Three Graces. 

His Umbrella
Slip
New York New York
Franko
Rachel's Father
And His Shoes
Balloons in the End
The Door
The Tactile Superiority of the Five Penny Piece
Four Letter Words
Down Hill (Self-Portrait)
The Holding Room
The White Hotel
Inexplicable
Self-Portrait (on the side)
Three Women
His Umbrella

2009. oil, acrylic and emulsion on board (61 x 92cm)

A direct collaboration with Rose Davey who creates the geometric backgrounds as an architectural space for Ian's contributions. The work culminated in a series entitled 'A Singular Pair'.

Slip

2009. oil, acrylic and emulsion on board (61 x 92cm)

A direct collaboration with Rose Davey who creates the geometric backgrounds as an architectural space for Ian's contributions. The work culminated in a series entitled 'A Singular Pair'.

 

New York New York

2009. oil, acrylic and emulsion on board (61 x 105cm)

A direct collaboration with Rose Davey who creates the geometric backgrounds as an architectural space for Ian's contributions. The work culminated in a series entitled 'A Singular Pair'.

Franko

2010. oil on canvas (90 x 100cm)

In collaboration with director, writer and close friend Rachel May Snider.

 

Rachel's Father

2010. oil and acrylic on canvas (90 x 120cm)

In collaboration with director, writer and close friend Rachel May Snider.

And His Shoes

2010. oil on canvas (25 x 30cm)

Balloons in the End

2011. oil on canvas (80 x 180cm)

The Door

2011. oil on canvas (106 x 210cm)

The Tactile Superiority of the Five Penny Piece

2011. oil and acrylic on canvas (30 x 107cm)

Four Letter Words

2011. oil and acrylic on canvas (46 x 91cm)

Down Hill (Self-Portrait)

2014. acrylic and oil on board (70 x 70cm)

The Holding Room

2015. acrylic and oil on board (47 x 63cm)

This portrait of writer and performer Rachel May Snider is overlaid with an image of her deceased father in a canoe paddling off into an aquamarine sea. The image is painted over a lattice of individually cut strips of masking tape producing 1,665 squares. The title is taken from Rachel's upcoming novel. The Holding Room is described as a place where everyone's personal narratives and memories are archived when they die. 

The White Hotel

2014. acrylic and oil on wood (19.5 x 62.5cm)

Inexplicable

2016. acrylic and oil on board (16 x 20cm)

Self-Portrait (on the side)

2017. oil on panel (14 x 13cm)

Three Women

2017. oil on panel (40 x 57cm)

Portrait of Rose, Clem and Abi all at various stages of pregnancy in front a landscape lifted from Raphael's Three Graces. 

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