‘Not Just Black or White 1’ © J Fox-Davies
40 x 40 cm, white pen and white pencil on black. Framed £190
When we are young we tend to see issues in black or white. As we mature, we come to see the grey areas.
When we fall at the end, the colour of our leaf or the type of tree from which we came is irrelevant. We all become the nourishing compost for the next generation.
(One of my two pieces, both chosen as finalists in the Society of Graphic Fine Artists at the Society’s Exhibition at the Menier, Gallery in London.)
‘Different Leaves – Same Tree 1’ © J Fox-Davies
40 cm x 40 cm, gold and bronze metallic ink on black. Framed £180
We are all different leaves, each intricate beautiful and precious in our own way, but we have come from the same tree and we will return to the same good earth.
‘Everything is Connected 1’ © J Fox-Davies
40 cm x 40 cm, metallic ink on black. Framed £180
‘Everything is Connected 2’ © J Fox-Davies
40 cm x 40 cm, white and metallic pen on black.
‘Everything is Connected 3’ © J Fox-Davies
15 cm x 15 cm, metallic pen on black. Framed £90 SOLD
‘Everything is Connected 4’ © J Fox-Davies
15 cm x 15 cm, white and metallic pen on black. Framed
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Seeing the patterns of frost on a window, I was struck by how similar these shapes are to leaves. Although the leaves are organic material and the frost is frozen water, they appear to be created according to the same set of rules. Where have these rules come from?