Alpha Works Exhibit

I have created a series of pictures consisting of the iconic buildings that can be seen from Alpha Tower, and some we have recently lost. The surrounding area has seen continuous development, even before the Birmingham Blitz during the Second World War. Chamberlain Square and Centenary Square are two areas that change and grow with the times, keeping the city centre and Birmingham young at heart.

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Alpha Tower
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Where you can find Made On The Canal this summer

1000Trades - Frederick Street (Display only)
Coffin Works - Fleet Street (A3 & A5 framed pieces, cards & prints available to buy)
Gunmakers Arms - Bath Row (Display only)
Minima - George Street (Range of limited edition A3 framed illustrations to buy)
Pig & Tail - Albion Street (A3 & A5 framed available to buy)
Rose Villa Tavern - Warstone Lane (Display only)
Urban Coffee - Warstone Lane (A5 framed prints & gift cards available to buy)
Sarto Hair - Water Street (A3 & large framed prints available to buy)
SBDP - Ludgate Hill (Display only)
Odox Studios - Great Hampton Row. (Framed pieces, cards & prints available to buy)

Sparkling Afternoon Tea 2019

On 19th May I will be at Park Regis Hotel, selling my wares to raise money for the Parkinson’s charity.
A number of other boutique stalls will be there (more information will come closer to the date).
There will be live entertainment, music, food and bubbly, or tea for the less adventurous.
With 360 degree views of the city, this will be an amazing event on a bright sunny day.

If you are interested or know someone who would be, please click on the image below to be taken to the main events page. Don’t forget to forward this to friends and family.



It is time for a fresh new look for Made On The Canal. This minimal design should be reflective of the style applied to my illustrations and other work.
MOTC has seen some major changes over the past three years. Fortunately I have been in a position where I can trial certain products and techniques at craft markets and gift shops.
After listening to my customers, and friends at local museums and galleries, I have decided to focus on creating a greater range of greeting cards and prints. People living and visiting Birmingham enjoy the rich heritage and varied styles of architecture the city has to offer. And I want to be there, to provide affordable mementos and gifts you can share with friends and family.

The 3D technique applied to the larger pieces of work has developed enormously, and the level of detail is something I wouldn’t have considered reaching 3 years ago.
Creating personal pieces, such as homes and wedding anniversary gifts gives me immense joy.
I love creating bespoke pieces and it’s a great feeling to hand over a commission to someone who it means so much.
This is another area of work where Made On The Canal will focus on developing. With every commission I push myself to reach a higher level of 3D detail and accuracy.

A big thank you to all who have supported me over the years! Things are going well, ever changing and leading to new opportunities… exciting times!

I think the website is fully up and running. But if you do come across any error messages, please let me know. There is bound to be something I’ve missed.