I hadn’t set out to be a creative, however this all-encompassing obsession found me. After re-educating and graduating with a Masters in Philosophy at The University of Newcastle (2016) predominately in painting and sculpture, I realise that the art of creating can say far more silently than the spoken audible dialogue that words can’t seem to obtain.
the art of creating can say far more silently than the spoken audible dialogue that words can’t seem to obtain.
I’m fortunate to have my work in numerous private art collections, exhibited nationally at regional art galleries and had my work selected for prestigious art prizes.
I am primarily an abstractionist. The human form and human cognitive process play heavily in my practice. Use of light, colour, material and form play considerable roles in my tangible creative process to capture the intangible.