Excited to be commissioned by a private Collector in Madrid to create this work inspired by the decorative ceramic tiles of Lisbon. Whilst on my travels I bought colourful geometric tile patterns printed on flat cork, which is delicately cut into the intersections of the pattern, referencing the architecture and human interaction on the streets of Lisbon.

I’m so pleased to share that the Permanent Print and Word Collection at the V&A have acquired the lithograph pair works on paper published by Paupers Press.

Super Excited that I’m part of ‘Prized’ – A celebration of two International Print Biennales through the work and words of winning artists
7 July – 8 Sept 18, Northern Print, Newcastle.
(L) Poster for 1st British International Print Biennale, Bradford, 1968 by David Hockney, 75 x 50cm
(R) Hormazd Narielwalla The Mesopotamian Maze No.2, lithograph, 80 x 40 cm
More info here.