There was a large scale urban art project in 2009 called ‘Street Piano’
where upright pianos were situated all over London to be played by passingpeople. There are still two in the King’s Cross area so I decided to set this on Keystone Crescent, one of his favourite streets.
This series encompasses varying takes on the term urban myth. They range from popular London urban myths and famous legends or people to deconstructed classical mythology in urban settings. They employ a variety of processes including drypoint, etching, aquatint, spit-biting, sugar-lift and carborundum and are all printed on tea-stained Japanese gampi chine-colle.