Hole & Corner

I was approached by the magazine Hole & Corner to make my own version of a hole and corner (a secret place, somewhere you go to escape the world, to be inspired, to contemplate and create).

Inspired by my subsequent need to re-establish myself, the death knoll sounding in the distance on my studio, I decided to take my favourite bits from the house, alongside old timber from the refurbishment of some buildings in my road and as to quote 'Tony is a real life, arty Womble, making good use of the things he finds' rock up to the Kent coast, as so many of my other displaced artist friends have done and create my own version of a Robinson Crusoe at sea.

Photos by David Hughes