Art Work

Art Work

Outside In

Outside In, 297 x 420mm, Pastel on Cartridge Paper.

Run (Ego v’s Awakening)

Run (Ego V's Awakening) 6ft x 6ft, Acrylic on Canvas.

The Disturbed Series

You can read more about this and the creative process behind this series here

3V1L STR34K

3V1L STR34K, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

Incurable

Incurable, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

Manifestation of Remorse

Manifestation of Remorse, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

Selfie

Selfie, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

Introspection

Introspection, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

The Tea Drinkers

The Tea Drinkers, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

Not My Problem

Not My Problem, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

Treasured Beads

Treasured Beads, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

The End of Suffering

The End of Suffering, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 40cm x 40cm, Print Mounted on Foam Board

Struggling to Enter the Corridor of Enlightened Souls

Struggling to Enter the Corridor of Enlightened Souls, Karl Jeffery, 2018, 594mm x 420mm, Digital Print mounted on Foam Board.

Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound, Karl Jeffery, 594 x 841mm, Acrylic on Canvas

Hoodwinked

Hoodwinked. Karl Jeffery 2017. Mixed media collage and Acrylic paint, 297x420mm

Murphy

Murphy, Karl Jeffery 2017, pen and ink on cartridge paper.

Sometimes it's nice to just draw what you see. This is my best friend and loyal companion of 9 years, Murphy. I've had him since he was 7 weeks old and I've seen him mature from a hyper energetic kangarooing Weimaraner into a hairy version of Buddha. 

Lost to the Tyne

Lost to the Tyne, Karl Jeffery, mixed media, 297 x 420mm

Memories of Past and Present

Memories of Past and Present, Karl Jeffery, 29 x 28cm ink on paper

Goodbye Child

Goodbye Child, Karl Jeffery, 2017, 5ft x 5ft, Acrylic on canvas

Admittedly this is a symbolic representation which emerged from acknowledging darker times. However, despite it darkness, it has a alludes to a happier ending (the child has one foot on the ground!).

Gillian, The Cricket Umpire

Gillian The Cricket Umpire, Karl Jeffery, 2017, 594mm x 841mm Acrylic on canvas

An abstract painting of Gillian, a wonderful life drawing model who I've had the pleasure of working from since November 2016 to May 2018.