If you love poppies you'll love this series of paintings depicting the traditional landscape of poppy fields but with a contemporary edge that combines the beauty of flowers with the symbolic role of the poppy in association with war throughout history.
This collection lists the paintings in the series created for exhibition. The collection also aims to include lesser known pieces as well as artwork created at different stages involved in the working process of the artist. The full catalogue of works includes several unseen works and original sketch paintings, as well as the final art works on canvas.
Titles of paintings in the series: A Troubled World, The Killing Fields, Field of Dreams, Santa Fe Fields, Carpet of Red, Opening Horizon, Blowing in the Wind, Poppies in Green Grass, Remembrance Blast, Breakthrough
There’s plenty more to share about this art and the story behind the series, from brain storming ideas, drawing mind maps, the preliminary sketches clarifying the concept. Signification of the Poppy began as a Seeking Picasso competition winning entry and led to gallery representation and interest from the media, National museums, charities and organisations such as the British Legion and RNLI.
View paintings in progress and read more about the artist at work (and play!) on the blog Read more about the artist’s creation process and see more of the pictures you like.