I use traditional techniques to produce sketches in the life drawing class that provide the inspiration for my work. Developing these drawings I use contemporary materials and techniques to create small-scale sculptural pieces, digitally created images and prints that interpret traditional poses in a contemporary way.
My camera is never far from reach allowing me the opportunity to take photographs that both inspire my work and are works in their own right. Using my macro lens I take abstract images of familiar objects to create large scale prints that challenge they way we look at everyday objects.
My textile work ranges from detailed embroidery, to experimental pieces and soft sculpture.
I also create prints experimenting with lino and screen printing techniques, and create abstract landscape mono prints using acrylic paint and a gelatine plate.
To find out more about my background and training please go to the about pages where you will find links to my biography, CV and Artists Statement.
In my blog I will share posts and updates about my work and details of any exhibitions where you can see my work.