RHYTHM, RANDOMNESS AND REPETITION
I see beauty in randomness: the pattern of leaves that have fallen on the grass, the dog’s paw prints in the mud or the shadows of the trees on the wet tarmac. These are the things I see while I’m out walking. The rhythm of walking itself is something that comes into my work as well. There is a certain beauty and meditative quality in this rhythm.
Chance and my response to it, the choices that I make in reaction, and the deliberate use of repetition -be it in the recurring imagery, the action of the mark making or the tearing of the paper- are the essential building blocks in my work.
Painting and drawing and printmaking are the constant elements of my work and they take turns in playing the leading role. They feed each other and are always connected.
My work is shown in both solo and group exhibitions at galleries and Art Fairs in the UK and the Netherlands.
A selection of these:
Fountain Gallery, Hampton Court
The Stables at Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham
Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester
New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham
|Galerie Art Melvy, The Netherlands|
|Pantiles Edge Gallery, Tunbridge Wells|
|Arti 07 The Hague, the Netherlands|
|The Affordable Art Fair, London and Amsterdam|
|Galerie Amaterasu, The Netherlands|
|View Gallery, Thames Ditton|
|Jersey Galleries at Osterley Park, Isleworth|
|Cat Hill Gallery, London|
|Brighton Art Fair|