Portsmouth based artist Adrian Mundy uses his art as therapy to overcome years of living with M.E. and agoraphobia. Over time he has evolved from figurative, architectural paintings to abstract, geometric patterns based on personal thoughts and messages.
As his world expands as he recovers from the agoraphobia and is able to travel more his work has moved in a new direction – environmental art. His last project Grow An Exhibition saw him grow plants, process and make them into handmade paper which was then turned into artworks and exhibited in 2016.
He is now working on Little Forest Land Art, a new project with fellow creative Jan Griffiths on land surrounding her studio in the Hampshire countryside.
Mundy’s work has been exhibited in a variety of national competitions and is in numerous private collections.
Browse the various styles in the galleries above and keep up to date with new work, exhibitions, and other interesting information via his social media.