I use multiple layers of colours, line, pattern and marks both translucent and opaque.Time, identity, and cultural history are all subjects that inform my artistic process , and my need to be creative. My paintings are often abstract in nature and when presented can be broken down and explored, offering the viewer compositions that are removed from literal context.
I prefer to work in series, producing bodies of work that are both connected and separated by process and content . I am just as happy creating detailed figurative and wildlife art as I am abstract and sculptural work. I am inspired by artists like Gerard Richter who are able to switch between media without criticism. His abstract art is legendary but his tender photo realistic paintings of his family are also stunning and thought provoking.