In an age where the digital enforces a hurried existence and the idea of nature has become a tamed commodity, I paint to understand the value of the wilderness: to reawaken our slow and essential ‘mountain time’.
Through my practice, I visually narrate my own experiences of the landscapes I have visited to create a world that is bathed in imagination but is no less of a reality. I bring stories from the outside, inside, using the space in painting as an invitation to our wilder world.
My work is a gentle reminder of earth: her mud, her water, and her creatures- all of the things we seem to have forgotten in a city made from placing pebbles.
2012-16: Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen: B.A. (Hons) Painting, First Class
2018: 'Fully Awake', Dyson Gallery, Royal College Art, London
'Fresh', Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh
Solo Exhibition, Moray Arts Centre, Findhorn
'The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize', Mall Galleries, London
'Leith School of Art', Oseana Kunst og Kultursenter, Os,
2017: 'VAU Members Show', Crownpoint Gallery, Glasgow
'Winter Exhibition', Moray Arts Centre, Findhorn
'In Media Res', Leith School of Art, Edinburgh
'Uncertain Territories', Seventeen Gallery, Aberdeen
'A Land Unfolding', Coburg House, Edinburgh
'Open Contemporary Young Artist Award', The Biscuit