Alex's work explores architecture and modernism. With influences from artists Picasso and Klee, and from Cubism to Bauhaus. He attempts to communicate a balance between familiar public places reduced to minimal and sometimes abstract forms, trying to find a unique view or sense of a place.
Alex creates art prints inspired from the built environment. His work focusses on cityscapes and landmarks. Most of his work is of places in Warwickshire and West Midlands.
Alex's explores geometric forms and patterns to produce a hard-edged graphic style. Working as a designer for 20 years gave him a unique approach to his process, with unique results. What starts out as a pencil sketch, of either a real view or a montage of individual elements brought together, is finally developed as a digital artwork. The final piece is a giclée art print.