When both inspiration and energy are low, I turn to design for solace, choosing motifs to layer from the familiar and the beauty around me. I have always loved the designs of William_Morris (24 March 1834 – 3 October 1896) British textile designer, and been heavily influenced by the motifs, pattern and gilding of the Art... Continue Reading →
This pastel study uses both wet and dry pastel blending. My aim was to produce a quietly toned piece that echoes the calmness I find in the landscape of the ranges. In such changing times the ability to look towards such beauty, in all it's strength and solidness, is both reassuring and grounding - I... Continue Reading →
Another painting being exhibited at my September show. I have indulged my love of ink drawing with this acrylic work. With lots of movement and colour I am sure it will bring much happiness to it's viewers as it has for me creating it!
I am pleased to be able to say after weeks of work this large central exhibition piece is finished! I have rekindled a real love for plants and flowers over the past month or so, not to mention the use of colour. I have not settled on a title for this piece but believe it... Continue Reading →
Since attending an intuitive painting class with Susan Knaap - Artist, Creative Coach and Tutor, I have been riding on a wave of enthusiasm and producing some exciting pieces. I am an advocate of lifelong learning and believe it important to participate in a variety of workshops to expand repertoire and continue to bring depth... Continue Reading →