“that does not mean that the artist lived in a calm and untroubled world...but what they brought to their painting was the quietude in the deepest core of their souls, like the calm spot in the very heart of a whirlpool" - Chinese Art by Judith and Arthur Hart Burling
These pieces are fragments captured in time, melded together, covered over, freed. Created using an experiential practice with materials and finishes in mind to reflect and mimic life itself. The unknown, the raw grunge beauty of patina, our ageing facade, and hopefully an evolving interior towards enlightenment.."
A raw and revealing process, that rips you out of your comfort zone and forces you to see yourself in unexpected ways.
Base Camp 5364mt (above sea level)
Oil, timber stain, spray, pen, beeswax on linen
Anima Mundi - World Soul
Oil, acrylic, ink, spray, pen, beeswax on linen
Oil, acrylic, ink, timber stain, spray, pen, beeswax on linen
She wore prayer flags in her hair
Oil, ink, acrylic, pen, pastel, spray, beeswax on linen
Hundred bucks an hour, I love ya, but can i have a refund please
Oil, pastel, spray on linen
My husband my sun
Oil, spray, pen, 22ct gold leaf on linen