My current work involves the pouring of paint, controlling the type, temperature, tilt and timing, but the end result is due to gravity and serendipity.
Some canvases I sell complete, but others I photograph minutely and then enlarge massively to produce ‘random-scapes’ which have a life of their own. These can evoke imaginary or remembered land- and sea-scapes.
I also make 3D sculptures using found objects, feathers, fur, wood and wire, usually in response to humanitarian issues. Recently this included the Ebola virus, Aboriginal land rights and the ongoing refugee crisis, as I feel I can better express my empathy in this medium.
However, I try to make work that has beauty, however serious the message.
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