University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield, located in South Yorkshire, is one of the original red brick universities. The University was formed by the merger of three colleges in 1905. It is a multi-campus university predominantly over two campus areas, being the ‘Western Bank’ and ‘St George’. This pen drawn illustration depicts the Western Bank campus. Firth Court sits at both the heart of the Western Bank campus and the whole university precinct. Today, there are more...
Arts Töwer

Arts Töwer

The Arts Tower – a landmark of both the University of Sheffield and the skyline of the city in which it sits. Designed by 'Gollins, Melvin, Ward & Partners' the Arts Tower still remains the tallest university building in the UK since its opening in 1966, and contains one of the last surviving Paternoster lifts in Europe. It is also home to the Sheffield School of Architecture.
Venice

Venice

This painting is part of a series of works based upon Venice’s architecture. Influenced by the work of Lisa Wright and Gerhard Richter, and inspired by a visit to Venice.
Curation

Curation

A sculptural work based upon the notion of the curation of artefacts for protection and preservation.
Decay

Decay

Suspended abstract forms that explore space, shape, tessellation and texture. Fabricated from found objects and rendered in plaster. Created from the initial study of degrading structures looking specifically at urban decay.
Malvern

Malvern

Two original pen drawings of architectural landmarks of Malvern, Worcestershire. The first being Great Malvern Priory viewed from Belle Vue Terrace, and the other of Malvern Priory Park Mansion in the Winter Gardens. Drawn on 150gsm cartridge paper with a 0.18mm nib using ‘Staedtler Mars matic’ ink. The drawings are set within 1.4mm ice-white beveled 10 x 8″ mounts.
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