New Work: In the Studio

From a mixed media series, 'What Remains', incorporating found objects and organic materials into a concrete/sand/plaster base. This series of work emerged as a way to explore feelings about The Anthropocene -a geological epoch dating from the commencement of  significant human impact on the Earth’s ecosystems and geology. Using found and organic materials that present … Continue reading New Work: In the Studio

The Phorescent

Sometimes, just doodling with whatever's to hand to see what happens. I added the cut-outs from a random page afterwards. Thoughts about interconnectedness and sustainable communities. There's a Sanskrit saying “Vasudhaiva kutumbakam”, which means “the whole world is one family”. The Phorescent

Homage to Hannelore Baron

                           There is something raw and deeply absorbing about Hannelore Baron's multi-layered work. Found materials are combined with enigmatic text and abstract figures in her collages and box constructions. The work suggests both the condition of entrapment and the possibility of release, no doubt informed by her early traumatic experiences of war in Germany in … Continue reading Homage to Hannelore Baron