Why abstract art? I walk, read, think, visit, experience. Remembering what I see, hear, smell and how I feel. I enjoy taking photographs.
When working I have intention, feelings and emotions to convey with a choice of canvas, paper, paint, ink, colours, gestures and layers.
As a child my Mother described me as a ‘deep thinker’. So there’s a need to create something that breathes and resonates with life and something else, usually covered so only glimpses can be seen. It’s there for you to discover.
So if you see an artwork here that talks to you, calls to you, or reaches out to embrace you, then that, for me, is perfect. As at that moment you have closed the circle and the artwork becomes whole. Here’s my work, starting with the most recent series: