Course: MA Fine Art
Dynamics and tensions between humanity and nature have formed the basis of my research for the past twelve months.
Liminal spaces in the landscape are intriguing to me; especially places where juxtapositions of human-made and vegetation are visible. It is the ephemeral quality of these places that I try to capture; fleetingness, the fragments of time and place.
Delicate and robust details and compositions in organic imagery often tell a story. The abstract concept of presence in nature is expressed through gestural marks and explored through abstraction. The process of mark making is as important as the outcome - the finished work.