Wolf Howard

"There is something special about a pin-hole camera. There is a beauty in its simplicity and rawness that technology has not been able to better."

Wolf Howard's subjects are personal and local and include Chatham Bandstand, Rochester Castle and Cathedral, friends like Billy Childish, or personal belongings like a typewriter, a pocket watch or a trench cap. The poetry of the mundane is what he seeks.

Original text supplied by Agnieszka Studzinska.

Wolf Howard's paintings| can be seen at Walker Art Gallery's Stuckists exhibition.