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Abstract Cartography

My latest collection of work, taking my series of smaller map works to a larger scale, using cartography as a means of creating abstract explorations of a sense of place through colour and marks. Each piece uses a reclaimed reproduction vintage map of a location in Oxfordshire to explore ideas around the transience and identities of a space over time – both geographically and in our personal histories with a location – and the sense of belonging and ownership we feel in relation to a place. Contact me if you are interested in an artwork. 

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Botley

Acrylic, ink, and found objects, on reclaimed reproduction map, c. 1931. 

117 x 85 cm, framed.

Available. Contact me!

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Littlemore

Acrylic, collage, and ink, found objects, on reclaimed reproduction map, c. 1921. 

117 x 85 cm, framed.

SOLD. 

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Pixey Mead

Acrylic, ink, and acrylic pen, on reclaimed reproduction map, c. 1913. 

117 x 85 cm, framed.

Available. Contact me!

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Summertown

Acrylic and ink, on reclaimed reproduction map, c. 1936. 

107.5 x 71 cm, unframed.

Available. Contact me!

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Binsey

Acrylic, collage, and ink, on reclaimed reproduction map, c. 1921. 

103 x 70 cm, unframed.

Available. Contact me!

Professional photos of the artwork shown here taken by JSLittle Photography

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