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Inspired by the plaster technique used on homes in the Mediterranean, in particular Capri. The vast white shiny exteriors with strong accents of  cement and paint work seeping through to reveals themselves for they are the foundation and decoration to these beautiful homes.

Inspired by the plaster technique used on homes in the Mediterranean, in particular Capri. The vast white shiny exteriors with strong accents of cement and paint work seeping through to reveals themselves for they are the foundation and decoration to these beautiful homes.

White & Gold (SOLD)

600 x 600mm // Acrylic on canvas

White timber box frame

Inspired by the erosion of materials at sea. However many layers of paint you apply the cracks soon start to appear from the elements of mother nature.

Inspired by the erosion of materials at sea. However many layers

of paint you apply the cracks soon start to appear from the elements of mother nature.

Rust (SOLD)

400 x 400mm // Acrylic on canvas

Wenge timber box frame

A simple contrast of the mind, the good and the bad. The mono- chromatic colour palette emphasises the contrast between good and bad.

A simple contrast of the mind, the good and the bad. The mono-chromatic colour palette emphasises the contrast between good and bad.

Black & White

600 x 600mm // Acrylic on canvas // 2019

White timber box frame

Inspired by psychology and the notion of emotions. Understanding the complexities of how one is taught to react and think. The battle between right and wrong and what is deemed socially acceptable, yet the natural instinct could be quite the contrary. The complexities of the mind brings parallels to the workings of a maze.

Inspired by psychology and the notion of emotions. Understanding the complexities of how one is taught to react and think. The battle between right and wrong and what is deemed socially acceptable, yet the natural instinct could be quite the contrary. The complexities of the mind brings parallels to the workings of a maze.

Maze

1000 x 1000mm // mixed media on canvas // 2019 (SOLD)

Unframed

Inspired by our everyday environment and how the construction of our built surroundings can create unexpected patterns and repetition to evoke emotions and feelings.

Inspired by our everyday environment and how the construction of our built surroundings can create unexpected patterns and repetition to evoke emotions and feelings.
Inspired by the skyline over the Northern sea whilst designing cruise liners. The haze of the simmering sun trapped behind the thick, dark and rapidly moving clouds and witnessing the contribution of the vessel’s fumes highlighted how we physically can be trapped and also how we trap things too.

Inspired by the skyline over the Northern sea whilst designing cruise liners. The haze of the simmering sun trapped behind the thick, dark and rapidly moving clouds and witnessing the contribution of the vessel’s fumes highlighted how we physically can be trapped and also how we trap things too.

Trapped - (SOLD)

600 x 600mm // Acrylic on canvas

Wenge timber box frame

Swapping the cotton canvas for a man made product compiled of 100% natural silk emphasises the message of materialism found throughout our homes. This piece is a reflection of how we treat our possessions and how they can warp our concept of what is an imagined reality. Albeit physical the price of these items vary in the eye of the beholder. The pattern reflects the wear and tear of a typical domestic carpet.

Swapping the cotton canvas for a man made product compiled of 100% natural silk emphasises the message of materialism found throughout our homes. This piece is a reflection of how we treat our possessions and how they can warp our concept of what is an imagined reality. Albeit physical the price of these items vary in the eye of the beholder. The pattern reflects the wear and tear of a typical domestic carpet.

Swapping the cotton canvas for a man made product compiled of 100% natural silk emphasises the message of materialism found throughout our homes. This piece is a reflection of how we treat our possessions and how they can warp our concept of what is an imagined reality. Albeit physical the price of these items vary in the eye of the beholder. The pattern reflects the wear and tear of a typical domestic carpet.

A simple pattern of geometric forms finding a way of working in harmony. Inspired by the charming mosaic pavements on the streets of Lisbon. The pain  staking man hours it would take to make these man-made tiles and then build a large scale picture from thousands of pieces was the inspiration for this piece.
Subconsciously, materialism and consumerism navigate us daily without us even realising. How our desires, hopes and dreams are wrapped around these imagined realities created by historic ideologies and social norms. This piece represents how apparent it is in our homes. We use materials taken from the natural world and hang them against our man made environments for our comfort, desires and status.

Subconsciously, materialism and consumerism navigate us daily without us even realising. How our desires, hopes and dreams are wrapped around these imagined realities created by historic ideologies and social norms. This piece represents how apparent it is in our homes. We use materials taken from the natural world and hang them against our man made environments for our comfort, desires and status.

Spillage

1000 x 1000mm // acrylic on 100% silk hand tufted carpet // 2019 (SOLD)

Tessellate

1000 x 1000mm // mixed media on canvas // 2019

Unframed

Naked (SOLD)

400 x 400mm // fur hide and mixed media on timber // 2019 

The unpredictable seas is something I can stare at in bewilderment all day. The ferocity, yet calmness was something I witnessed through sailing and  cruising around the North Sea, the thick layers of paint applied via palette application resemble the fear and the hues pick up on reflection of light carried with it without consent.

The unpredictable seas is something I can stare at in bewilderment all day. The ferocity, yet calmness was something I witnessed through sailing and cruising around the North Sea, the thick layers of paint applied via palette application resemble the fear and the hues pick up on reflection of light carried with it without consent.

Wave (SOLD)

600 x 600mm // Acrylic on canvas

Wenge box frame

Capturing the essence of fall. The autumn season inspiring the pattern and colours seen in this piece. The interpretation of leaves cascading down from various heights and becoming a dancing ensemble collectively.

Capturing the essence of fall. The autumn season inspiring the pattern and colours seen in this piece. The interpretation of leaves cascading down from various heights and becoming a dancing ensemble collectively.

Falling (SOLD)

300 x 300mm // Gouache and acrylic on canvas

Unframed

Inspired by the nostalgia of the 90s sweet scene. The Sherbet dip dab was a hit in any school’s tuck shop and was used as the main reference for this piece.

Inspired by the nostalgia of the 90s sweet scene. The Sherbet dip dab was a hit in any school’s tuck shop and was used as the main reference for this piece.

Sherbet Dip (SOLD)

200 x 200mm // Acrylic on canvas

Unframed

For my first solo exhibition I wanted to challenge myself and present a piece that was out of my comfort zone, therefore playing with scale exposed me as an artist and the title being a metaphor for feelings towards my first show. As an artist people are curious, intrigued and want to dig deep by asking questions. This can be quite intimidating, leaving a slight vulnerable feeling . The layers built up in this piece meant I could expose different textures and capacity of hues representing these emotions. Using the palette technique allows you to pull away semi dry and wet paint together, therefore creating slight peaks and cracks. Both representing feelings and emotions.

The sister to ‘The Deep’. The granules of sand that form the vast coastlines. Whilst the repetition is there, the ebbs and flows of sand create patterns and paths for us to discover.

The sister to ‘The Deep’. The granules of sand that form the vast coastlines. Whilst the repetition is there, the ebbs and flows of sand create patterns and paths for us to discover.

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.

EXPOSED (SOLD)

2100 x 2700mm // mixed media on canvas // 2019 // unstretched

The Mass 

297 x 210mm x 2 // Acrylic on canvas

Wenge box frame

Stria 3

300 x 300mm // Acrylic and mixed media on canvas // 2020

White timber box frame

Watching the mist dance, float and sway over the Northern Sea whilst working as a designer on vessels inspired this piece. Observing the linear lines of mother nature forming over her unpredictable crashing waves, the contrast of nature against the man made steel mountains fighting against her.

Watching the mist dance, float and sway over the Northern Sea whilst working as a designer on vessels inspired this piece. Observing the linear lines of mother nature forming over her unpredictable crashing waves, the contrast of nature against the man made steel mountains fighting against her.

Mist (SOLD)

1000 x 1000mm // mixed media // 2019

Unframed

A personal reflection of travelling. An escapism we all seek for various reasons, however the contrast of the anxiety, organisation and unknown of  getting there and the routine on return compared to the beauty of a morning sunset, the chance encounters with people we meet and the landscapes we see.

A personal reflection of travelling. An escapism we all seek for various reasons, however the contrast of the anxiety, organisation and unknown of getting there and the routine on return compared to the beauty of a morning sunset, the chance encounters with people we meet and the landscapes we see.

Inspired by man made materials. Steel is used extensively in ship building. De- signed to withstand the rough seas and elements. The sea salt thrashes against  the paint work attacking the steel leaving it to erode. It gives a new touch, feel  and aesthetic to the material, changing its hues, look and tactility. This piece rep- resents the beauty that can be found in change and how erosion can be seen as  a beautiful process transforming the very foundation of something.

Inspired by man made materials. Steel is used extensively in ship building. Designed to withstand the rough seas and elements. The sea salt thrashes against the paint work attacking the steel leaving it to erode. It gives a new touch, feel and aesthetic to the material, changing its hues, look and tactility. This piece represents the beauty that can be found in change and how erosion can be seen as a beautiful process transforming the very foundation of something.

Pink & Grey (SOLD)

600 x 600mm // Acrylic on canvas & mixed media

White timber box frame

Erosion (SOLD)

400 x 400mm // mixed media on canvas // 2019 

This piece was based on a previous commission with a brief for an abstract take on a spring meadow. Inspired by village life in Nottinghamshire, I based this pattern and hues on a deconstructed daisy against the purple sunset behind rollings hills. The more the piece evolved, the more it made me smile, thinking of fond memories of roaming the fields with my sisters as children.

This piece was based on a previous commission with a brief for an abstract take on a spring meadow. Inspired by village life in Nottinghamshire, I based this pattern and hues on a deconstructed daisy against the purple sunset behind rollings hills. The more the piece evolved, the more it made me smile, thinking of fond memories of roaming the fields with my sisters as children.

No name

600 x 600mm // mixed media on canvas // 2019

Unframed

Capturing a ‘moment’ in time. That sheer joy that can come unexpectedly and feel you with utter delight. The contrast of smooth and tactility comes in to play to represent the emotion of before and after the ‘moment’ hits.

Capturing a ‘moment’ in time. That sheer joy that can come unexpectedly and feel you with utter delight. The contrast of smooth and tactility comes in to play to represent the emotion of before and after the ‘moment’ hits.

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.

Moment

760 x 1020mm // mixed media on canvas // 2019

Unframed

Stria 1

300 x 300mm // Acrylic and mixed media on canvas // 2020

White timber box from with pink interior

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.

Stria 2

300 x 300mm // Acrylic and mixed media on canvas // 2020

White timber box frame with green interior

The Capri hills that are full of unintentionally organised vines growing and flowing towards the sun provides the inspiration for this less tactile piece therefore the focus is on the soft and subtle hue reaching out behind the vibrant green, a simple piece to reflect a simple view.

The Capri hills that are full of unintentionally organised vines growing and flowing towards the sun provides the inspiration for this less tactile piece therefore the focus is on the soft and subtle hue reaching out behind the vibrant green, a simple piece to reflect a simple view.

Plaster (SOLD)

841 x 594mm // Acrylic on canvas

White timber box frame

Inspired by a chance meeting with the in house artist, Alan Hydes, at the Belmond, Deya, Majorca. A conversation with him led to my sister calling him a four leaf clover. Inspired by this and the vibrancy of flora at the hotel influenced the bold vibrant green hue and abstract approach.

Four Leaf (SOLD)

600 x 600mm // Acrylic on canvas & mixed media

Wenge timber box frame

Inspired by the vibrancy of colour, personalities, artists and buildings of Ibiza. The island that surprises me in so many ways and peoples perception of the island varies depending on interests and the generation.

Inspired by the nostalgia of the 90’s zap ice cream. The vibrancy and colour of such an iconic treat on a summers day for those growing up in the 90’s.

Inspired by the nostalgia of the 90’s zap ice cream. The vibrancy and colour of such an iconic treat on a summers day for those growing up in the 90’s.

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.

Inspired by earth’s plains as seen from a birds eye view. Looking down on to patterns that merge, separate and flow. Contemporised with bright and saturated hues inspired by Cote D’Azur that merge.
Inspired by the vibrancy of colour, personalities, artists and buildings of Ibiza. The island that surprises me in so many ways and peoples perception of the island varies depending on interests and the generation.

Zap - (SOLD)

200 x 200mm // Acrylic and mixed media on canvas

Unframed

Stria 4

300 x 300mm // Acrylic and mixed media on canvas // 2020

Wenge box frame

The Med - (SOLD)

600 x 600mm // Acrylic on canvas

White timber box frame

Inspired by the vibrancy of colour, personalities, artists and buildings of Ibiza. The island that surprises me in so many ways and peoples perception of the island varies depending on interests and the generation.

Inspired by the vibrancy of colour, personalities, artists and buildings of Ibiza. The island that surprises me in so many ways and peoples perception of the island varies depending on interests and the generation.
Inspired by the textured and beaten metal work on cruises liners. A sister to the ‘Rust’ piece, this was inspired by the oxidised copper coming through the layers of international marine paint.

Inspired by the textured and beaten metal work on cruises liners. A sister to the ‘Rust’ piece, this was inspired by the oxidised copper coming through the layers of international marine paint.

Mini Med

300 x 300mm x 2 // Acrylic and mixed media on canvas // 2020

White timber box frame

The Gaps (SOLD)

400 x 400mm // Acrylic on canvas

Wenge timber box frame

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