A painterly exploration of colour and form facilitates an intuitive working process which references everyday visual experience.
I enjoy letting the paint take some control of the process, allowing unidentifiable forms to develop through the layers of paint. I work quite quickly on many paintings at a time, letting the brush shape and consistency of paint influence the mark making, leaving a fresh, rhythmic energy.
My practice playfully explores a tension between abstract notions of depth relating to the flat painting surface and depth that we relate to visual experience – what it feels like to look at something in a space (and to be looked back at).
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