Simon's work is shared between urban landscapes and portrait; often focusing on subjects that find beauty in the ugly.
In 2018, Simon’s returned to painting, beginning by focusing on the abstract landscape; which in his own words was a method of emptying thirty-three years of creative silence on to a blank canvas. His early work was mixed-media, and used everything from spray cans to oil sticks.
Today, Simon has refined and reinvented his own technique, and now landscapes are carefully considered with great attention to the drawing and perspective. Simon equally is at home painting portraits and has combined his edgy topics with various collections including thirteen paintings focusing on the homeless in lockdown. His work is evolving and the newness heads towards a mix of portraits and landscapes.
This artist isn’t selling any artworks currently, but you may be able to commission them instead.