WEDNESDAY 12 to THURSDAY 20 MAY
The works in this exhibition explore different notions of terrain – in terms of connection to self and to our world. The works capture animation of the natural world mirrored by animation within the mind. There are challenging terrains, quiet places to rest, and places with hidden meaning.
The most important inspiration for my art is the natural environment. I am most at peace with trees and animals and they are my closest confidants. I have a PhD in political philosophy and a Graduate Certificate in Visual Art. My art depicts a fusion of the living forces as they emerge within the world around us through colour, line, and space. The play of light and shadow offers opportunities for reflection.