The most recent works from artist and architect Mark Titman are a series of exquisite
observational watercolour and line drawings that depict details of everyday domestic life
and are a poignant reflection on the individual’s place within our environment.
We each see something different and particular to ourselves when looking at the same perfection; simply by being there.
The plump and layered Russian doll gives way to the fashionable, bundled austerity of …
The day is done, it’s hot and the room bubbles with anticipation of the evening to come.
So many functions and associations, yet such a small house.
Almost Empty, Almost Out
The fresh sheet, the new day, some yellow paint and a new circle offer hope and the construction of opportunity.
Society exists in a fragile balance of consensus, which we all need to support …
Fruits of Lies
If forms express implicit meaning, can they also lie? Lies complicate and distort; yet we sometimes make ambiguous truths from them. Lies can never be easily exposed as being positive or negative, yet they always continue to …
As summer holidays get that much hotter; we’ll need more than Factor50.
Oils and water. Drilling and water. Floating and sinking. Caked and quenched. Hosepipe and brush. Watercolour and oil paint.