I love working with paint and other materials to explore how colour, form, shape and texture combine to create artworks that are visually appealing and sometimes provocative. My art making often derives from emotional and sensory responses to the environment, especially the sea, land and sky.
I am also interested in incidental, transient intersections. For example, the way light passes through a conversation; the colour of time as we pause for thought; the visual presence of emotion, the feel of a passing memory, and the simultaneous beauty and ugliness of discarded plastic.
While my work is mainly abstract, figurative elements and concepts are sometimes incorporated, especially to evoke and challenge archetypal representations of the feminine.