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Jasper is completely self-taught. His work began back in 2013, with the primary focus on pet portraiture. Curiosity led him to experiment with spent shotgun shells, and he created the Ho Chi Minh piece in 2014. Having refined his skills over the years through a range of mediums, immersion in the Wiltshire countryside has given inspiration to his current works; combining the traditional country sport of shooting game with a contemporary approach to portraiture, creating one-of-a-kind pieces using intricately hand-cut and drawn stencils and spray paint on spent shotgun shells. Having left Edinburgh University in 2018, where he studied Spanish and English, the hunger for a career in art has persevered and he has been working as an artist full time since 2019.


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