Artist Statement

My work invites meditation upon nature and its relationship with colour, light and movement.  As I draw or paint, I gradually unravel the underlying qualities of balance and harmony within my subject matter.  What interests me most is observing the formation of line and pattern: from the blades of grasses to a bird’s feather; from the shifting of clouds to the beat of my heart; from the maps of stars in heaven to the trunk of an old oak tree. I continuously strive to reveal beauty and elegance within the natural rhythm of life and look to my art as a place of well-being, empowerment and inner peace. 
The materials I love to use are water-based pigments, powders, and Japanese black ink. These are natural and organic and are deeply connected to earth and nature. They afford a rich palette of hues and allow for both extreme precision and flow of movement. I am captivated by the way they blend together and create a whole that is more than its' individual parts.  Occasionally, I also add hints of gold and silver, as these reflect light differently at each hour of the day, changing the glow of the work from within.
My work is an attempt to find and enjoy a moment in time. The materials I use embrace that moment, echoing their mark on the paper or canvas, and becoming eternal for a short while. I am keen to explore images that can stand the test of time, that would still be of fascination in years to come, and yet are potent in the here in now. I hope that others understand my work with their hearts and emotions; that they are touched and moved by it, and that it evokes a sense of balance, hope, and joy.

Exhibited with

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All Things Ink
With DegreeArt, London
Japan UK embassy
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Sway Gallery


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Affordable Art Fair
London, Bristol
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Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair
Glasgow Art Fair,Scotland
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54 the Gallery

Mayfair, London

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Edinburgh Art Fair
Edinburgh Art Fair