My practice is informed through a curiosity of what it means to be human. Alongside a formal investigation of colour, shape and line, through the disciplines of painting, printmaking and drawing, I examine and interpret my understanding of different cycles in life. For example, the cycle of life and death in relation to the cycle of everyday movements we make. The process of creating work also forms a cycle: emotionally, one of fragility and strength, yet technically one of soft washes and bold brush marks that somehow always form a reflection of the cycles we experience in being.
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Contemporary Art Practice (2015- 2019)