Artmaking is a way I connect to to life. My process is a freefall into the space between lived experience,materiality and intuitive response. At times it’s exploration , experimental investigation – technically and conceptually.

It’s always a surrender to the unknown, liminal space where I may or may not find my way – listening, looking intimately and revelling in the freedom to play .
It allows me to engage with life without words, finding my own language, balance and meaning.

My work is consciously not homogenous. I respond to what my attention is called to ,with what I feel is required. It is in giving
attention that I experience a sense of wonder – this is where my joy thrives.

I am inspired by the unattainable ideal of unattached , effortless action.
For now painting and drawing breath is enough.