Oops, maybe I should've gone for Steampunk and Rob Jackson, then! I saw him listed on your website as one of your influences- he was my main prof (I did my BFA at UGA) and I did my final show with him as my instructor in Italy. I should be around Birmingham most of October, so let me know what your schedule looks like and I'm sure lunch or drinks could work out- it'd be great to meet up. Enjoy what's left of the bank holiday weekend!
Hello, thanks for the friend request (and the hello from Scotland)- congrats on being a featured artist this week! I'm really enjoying looking through your pieces, which are sort of Steampunk meets Karl Fritsch (two of my favourite things!)- looking forward to seeing more!
Thank you for viewing my work and for your kind words. They are delicate indeed, so is life in the ocean. I love you work; it is so precious! Pictures are great too. Do you go by Sinner or you have another name?
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