I am a Wirral-based artist who works with acrylic, oil paint, mixed-media and photography. My aim is to interpret landscapes through ephemeral emotion rather than literal representation.
Photographically, I work from found materials and textures that have been affected by the elements - such as oxidised metals and peeling paint, or from i.e fire, water and light.
In 2019, I completed a Masters in Art & Design at LJMU receiving a Distinction.
The style of my work changes frequently, because I like to experiment and never want to be caught in the rut of playing it safe.
We Flit Fleetingly through the Landscape, Limited edition #3.
Kent Street Studio, is a contemporary home-studio where I can show my work and occasionally that of other complementary artists. The studio is designed to celebrate the love of art and photography through non-elitist discussion and interaction.
There will be occasional open days and the studio is part of the Wirral Open Studio Tour which takes place annually. I am also a member of Oxton Artists.
*Please note - the work displayed on this site is purely an outline representation of my work. The full body of ever-evolving work is best viewed by visiting the studio.
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