I was given this canvas of Lemy, from Motörhead. And when I got home with this black & white photo print. I decided to put it upon my easel. I then played Lemy & his more famed Motörhead songs. Like “Ace of spades”. Whilst getting acquainted with Lemy and his music, full whack. Started to paint the connection with his music & bring the canvas, to life.
I worked from a photograph. That I took in Ray pk., Woodford, Essex. Near where I live. I Then edited the warming photograph of a family. Walking with their dogs. Under the canopy of the trees. And painted this abstract image with spray cans on canvas.
Capturing the joys of parklife.
This original acrylic painting. I was once told depicts a young Micheal Jackson & a young David Beckham. At a night club. If you could imagine that was possible, lol.
It’s truely a painting of some 90’s clubbers from DJ magazine back in the day. caught in-between the strobe.
This was really a photographic piece, which I felt need more life, to it. So I added by stencil. Sliver, white & chrome ravers. With pink light effects. To give this image life. In a magical pixy land style.
Title: Ravers in the woods. Artist: Steven Haddock Media: Spraycan on canvas. Dimensions: 50cm x 70cm x 2cm (Approx).
This painting was created using spray cans . Using a photograph I took as reference. From the vantage point of the Tate Modern, crossing the bridge to St. Pauls Cathedral. It appeared, so much like a postcard. I couldn’t help but cheekily write something, someone may put on the flip side upon the front. To communicate this. In this unique original.