Painting directly from life, my work pays homage to the beauty of nature. I am preoccupied with the human form and the wonders of nature, exploring both their presence and absence in space. Unceasingly concerned with colours and their relationships, I explore what happens when two colours meet, how they dance side by side and what occurs at the borderline. Understanding colour is fundamental to my creative process, each hue sings and resonates creating a rhythm within the composition. Drawing inspiration from the shallow planes of modernism, I build form through geometric shapes, clear facets and defined edges. This ravenous enquiry results in paintings that are exuberant and deeply expressive.
I studied at The Heatherley School of Fine Art and The Royal Drawing School. I have exhibited widely including with The Royal Society of Portrait Painters, The Society of Women Artists, Chelsea Arts Society, National Open Art, The Ruth Borchard Prize and Jackson’s Open Painting Prize.