Many an hour has gone by staring longingly at guitars on display in shop windows, dreaming of stardom. It’s one of a series of shop fronts on the home page of my website that provide a link to different sections of my portfolio. Alternatively, you can click here to go to Installations 2000 – 2021.
The background colours are now decided, and I can arrange the canvas boards into groups by size ready to start painting.
Several years ago, while staying at a run-down pension in Mons – an ancient hilltop town in the south of France, way off the beaten track – I became
Much of Town’s imagery is rooted in his early years spent in Cyprus. Even before he had mastered the basics of an English education, he was familiar with myth and mythology; the beach where Aphrodite came ashore, the Tombs of the Kings in Paphos, the influence of the Phoenicians, Crusaders and Ottomans, and the symbols and characters of the ancient world. Over the years, this mingled in his mind to produce a lively and varied iconography for his work.