h: 35 w: 30 d: 1 (cms).
The soaring, elegant Victorian architecture of the London terminus of the Great Western Railway: the iconic Paddington Station.
h: 29 w: 32 d: 1 (cms).
One of an ongoing series of original wood engravings exploring the unique atmosphere and architecture of London's Tube stations via light and dark, texture and space.
This work presents an atmospheric view of one of London's - and the world's - oldest underground railway stations.
h: 37 w: 31 d: 1 (cms).
One of a series of original wood engravings exploring the dynamic atmosphere and distinctive architecture of the London Underground.
This piece depicts one of the Bakerloo line platforms at Waterloo station - showing the distinctive piano-key tiling and dramatic sweep of the curved tunnel. This is the busiest Tube station in London, but in this fleeting moment the platform is almost deserted.
As a former Tube commuter myself, I know that - packed full of busy travellers every day - the Underground can very easily be taken for granted. By choosing unusual angles and perspectives of near-deserted stations, my aim in this series of artworks is to help the viewer to rediscover and better appreciate these incredible subterranean man-made structures.