Pointillism is a technique that involves small distinct dots to create a picture. It was developed by Georges Seurat and Paul Signac in 1886 and unfortunately doesn’t have many serious practitioners today, but it is a technique I want to keep alive in a refreshing, modern way.
I have been working with Pointillism for many years and work on a range of surfaces including paper, wood and also glass although most of my current work tends to be on paper or digital print.
I am inspired by the world around me and I completed a series of Pointillism pieces focusing on different parts of my local area. They were completed with pen on A4 paper, each taking 3-4 hours to complete.
I have also completed a Pointillism commission for an NHS worker who worked in the Radiology Department at South Tees Hospital and wanted a print to thank the team for their work during the COVID-19 global pandemic in 2020. The piece was completed and printed on 420mm x 420mm paper.
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