This exhibition investigates water from many different perspectives and looks at water not only as a dimension – in, on and under – but also at its crucial situation in today's world. Fluid and temporal, water takes on many shapes and forms – from soft gurgling creeks to looming ocean waves.
My pen & ink drawings can be viewed here: Gallery.
Water Lines celebrates the many different aspects of water, filtered through a variety of influences and interpretations. The artworks, comprising a range of media (painting, printmaking, drawing and textiles), are intended to provoke thought but, most of all, to inspire.
Reflecting on both the metaphorical and the literal significance of ebb and flow, be it in the movement of the tides or in the fluctuation of life itself, the works in this exhibition seek to give a visual voice to change and displacement ...
This exhibition explored the essence of being human from each artist's perspective and point of view. To me an intrinsic part of being human
is our ability to feel, recognise and connect, through reading and understanding the emotional landscape of a face ...
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The Sketchbook Project Limited Edition Vol. 1 is a collaborative series of art books created by 5,000 artists from around the world. Each sketchbook is archived by the Brooklyn Art Library who also publish the limited edition book series.
Filling a new sketchbook is always a treat – especially when you have an inspiring project attached to it. I based the drawings in my sketchbook around the theme: Every picture tells a Story...
A group exhibition, which evolved over a two-year period in conjunction with Gosford Regional Gallery. The exhibition investigates many different perspectives of ageing and the relationship between youth and age.
Light moves across our faces like the waxing and waning moon as we mirror ourselves in the people around us, finding similarities, differences and a sense of belonging. read more here.