Brighton Murals


Stairways, discarded sandwiches, botanicals

Posted: May 29th, 2017

A mixed bag of recent projects has seen me grappling with my double-jointed ladder in a snug stairway, dodging rain showers and pigeons in Brighton and enjoying a relatively serene bit of detailed artwork. Also, in a first for me, I was asked to add the image of a half eaten sandwich to a mural […]

It’s been a busy summer…

Posted: September 18th, 2016

With over 200 feet of muralling under my belt, the Clarendon Road Estates project, undertaken at the behest of Brighton and Hove Council, is nearing completion. It’s been challenging at times – mainly due to relentless gales blowing through the entranceways where I’ve been working – but the results are worth the effort, and the […]

Hove murals well underway

Posted: May 27th, 2016

Murals depicting the lighthouse at Beachy Head, and Palmeira Square are now complete – barring a few tweaks here and there – and next on the cards is a beach scene and the Palace Pier. .

Ship Happens

Posted: May 26th, 2016

It’s been an interesting and busy couple of months, one highlight being working with Clarissa Parish Murals, adding some very big art to the world’s largest cruise ship The Harmony of the Seas. One of the strangest and toughest work environments I’ve painted in, but the results were good!

Council Commissions

Posted: May 26th, 2016

I’m very pleased to say that Brighton and Hove Council and the Resident’s Association for the Clarendon Road estates have invited me in to once again add some art to their external walls. Funding from the Estates Development Budget means that the entrance ways to several parts of the estate will be painted with Brighton […]

Painting with pirates (and dinosaurs)

Posted: August 3rd, 2015

Scenic painting is a varied road. This summer I’ve been busy painting at another adventure golf site, this one featuring the natural combination of pirates and dinosaurs, with a few sharks and cannibals thrown in for good measure. Various scenic, signage and figure-it-out-as-you-go techniques have been deployed, including: A great deal of rock splatter painting […]

Garage door art – a scenic view

Posted: July 31st, 2015

Nice little project just completed: why look at a boring plain garage door when you can have transformed with, well, whatever you fancy? In this case a tranquil Mediterranean scene was the order of the day. Once the artwork is done, you can ‘dress’ the scene a little with a few props for a final […]