40.3333
40.3333

Produced in North Wales in 1996

Using pencil on white paper.

This drawing is the one that actually changed my life from being an unknown artist to giving me global recognition.

I don't know why I draw fairies as I have no reason to and have obviously never seen any in real life! This is still a real mystery to myself and the scientific world.


Size: 280mm x 420mm

47.5833
47.5833

Produced in London in 2009

Using wax crayons on white card.

I have always been attracted to numbers and symbols. I am not sure what the numbers represent . Numerology is a big part of my life and I believe that this is a Universal language.

The symbols in the background are also a mystery.


Size: 210mm x 300mm

54.9967
54.9967

Produced in London in 2010.

Using pencil on blue paper.

I have always drawn fairies from the age of around 15 years of age.

This piece is a mystery to the art world as art critics are arguing that these must of been drawn using real life models which is very strange as fairies do not exist in real life.

I love the drawing as I believe the images look free and bring joy by just looking at it.

Size: 420mm x 600mm

40.7127
40.7127

Produced in London in 2009.

Using wax crayons on black paper.

I believe I produced this after I had been to New York on a visit with my family.

New York has been a place I use to dream of visiting as a very young child. I love skylines and the hustle and bustle of life.

This piece is one of my favorites.

This piece has featured in TV documentaries and press around the World.

Size: 420mm x 600mm

52.4831
52.4831


Produced in North Wales 2005

Using white pencil on black paper.

I really don't know what this picture represents. I have been told by many people around the world that they look like the eyes of the late princess Dianna. I personally dispute this claim as I cannot see any resemblance.

I think this was produced from my time in Tunisia and maybe a lady wearing a Burka.

The eyes are very intense , yet show a look of insecurity


Size: 300mm x 210mm

55.8580
55.8580


This piece was produced in North Wales at my parents home in 1991
Using Pen and pencil on white paper.


I believe I produced this in my head to show time, nature and the universe. Looking at it in depth you always see something new in the drawing.

This piece has had the most press around the world and has featured many times in documentaries.

Size: 210mm x 290mm

40.3333
47.5833
54.9967
40.7127
52.4831
55.8580
40.3333

Produced in North Wales in 1996

Using pencil on white paper.

This drawing is the one that actually changed my life from being an unknown artist to giving me global recognition.

I don't know why I draw fairies as I have no reason to and have obviously never seen any in real life! This is still a real mystery to myself and the scientific world.


Size: 280mm x 420mm

47.5833

Produced in London in 2009

Using wax crayons on white card.

I have always been attracted to numbers and symbols. I am not sure what the numbers represent . Numerology is a big part of my life and I believe that this is a Universal language.

The symbols in the background are also a mystery.


Size: 210mm x 300mm

54.9967

Produced in London in 2010.

Using pencil on blue paper.

I have always drawn fairies from the age of around 15 years of age.

This piece is a mystery to the art world as art critics are arguing that these must of been drawn using real life models which is very strange as fairies do not exist in real life.

I love the drawing as I believe the images look free and bring joy by just looking at it.

Size: 420mm x 600mm

40.7127

Produced in London in 2009.

Using wax crayons on black paper.

I believe I produced this after I had been to New York on a visit with my family.

New York has been a place I use to dream of visiting as a very young child. I love skylines and the hustle and bustle of life.

This piece is one of my favorites.

This piece has featured in TV documentaries and press around the World.

Size: 420mm x 600mm

52.4831


Produced in North Wales 2005

Using white pencil on black paper.

I really don't know what this picture represents. I have been told by many people around the world that they look like the eyes of the late princess Dianna. I personally dispute this claim as I cannot see any resemblance.

I think this was produced from my time in Tunisia and maybe a lady wearing a Burka.

The eyes are very intense , yet show a look of insecurity


Size: 300mm x 210mm

55.8580


This piece was produced in North Wales at my parents home in 1991
Using Pen and pencil on white paper.


I believe I produced this in my head to show time, nature and the universe. Looking at it in depth you always see something new in the drawing.

This piece has had the most press around the world and has featured many times in documentaries.

Size: 210mm x 290mm

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