I have endeavoured to load a fair selection of my work- the
latest is usually not seen until later as I like it to see the light of
day in a Gallery [not a virtual gallery...] first
These images are only a suggestion of the 'look' of the final pieces - photographs
[even taken by professionals] don't pick up the colour and texture of my work. The
detail photographs are much closer to 'true'.
exhibition for Master's Degree
Many of my pieces are for sale and I do take commissions- just
Part of the "Earthskins" series.
The why? of things.
A question I often ask myself-
what am I doing,
why am I doing this,
isn't there something more important I could be doing with my time?
Probably... but this is the best way I know to communicate my concerns,
understandings and hopes to the world.
I have a deep love and concern for our home : the Earth, on both her tangible and
intangible levels. Through my work I endeavour to suggest there is more than the
obvious view- something underpinning our life. Some type of bigger picture.
As I have the opportunity to travel further afield I am realising more and more our
commonalities across the globe- 'there' is only 'here' in another location. In my
work I attempt to suggest this- we have a common reason to love and look after 'here'
as it is what we all have to share.
I work from memories and impressions of places - it is the feel or mood of a place I am
most interested in depicting- colour, texture and image are only part of but not the
|I came about this quote from
Satre when I was about 15
years old...it has always been
my mantra since
and in doing,