Life Study In Three Colours.

Oil on board

Ariadna.

Acrylic on board

Schrodinger's Cat

Charcoal on Fabriano. A symbolic work exploring the strange reality of coincidences and their resemblance to quantum events. Drawn from the media stories of two mining accidents in 2010 on opposite sides of the world. Each had dramatically different outcomes. One joyful, the other tragic.

 

Part of the HUSK Exhibit 9th - 29th July 2011

 

"An Excavation of Human Remains by North West Women Artists.

The essence of human remains when all remains are husk....

 

HUSK is an exhibition with the theme of "Human Remains."
Artists are asked to submit work which responds in any media to the definitions/words in the box opposite. THe final pieces will join specially commissioned work by women artists from the Waterfront Gallery.
Work will be chosen for its visceral quality and ability to leave a lasting impression on its viewer.

Detail from Schrodinger's Cat

Charcoal on Fabriano.

 

Charcoal on Fabriano. A symbolic work exploring the strange reality of coincidences and their resemblance to quantum events. Drawn from the media stories of two mining accidents in 2010 on opposite sides of the world. Each had dramatically different outcomes. One joyful, the other tragic.

Detail from Schrodinger's Cat

Charcoal on Fabriano.

 

Charcoal on Fabriano. A symbolic work exploring the strange reality of coincidences and their resemblance to quantum events. Drawn from the media stories of two mining accidents in 2010 on opposite sides of the world. Each had dramatically different outcomes. One joyful, the other tragic.

Christmas Wiskers

Christmas Cards

Life Study I

Charcoal 

Studies From Above

Etching

Life STudy II

Charcoal

In Search of Lost Time

An evocative work exploring themes of nostalgia, ancestral memory and personal histories. 

 

Recollecting the stories of my father and using charocal drawings, erased and redrawn hundres of times, to create a sequential linear piece of lost time... the photograph, becoming a moment.... the moving image. 

Exhibitions:

 

  • HUSK An Excavation of Human Remains by North West Women Artists
  • Hub Gallery, Market Street, Southport - July 2011
  • Artist Residency at Greenway, Galmpton, Devon - August 2011
  • English Eccentrics Charity Ball
  • Lupton House, Torquay, Devon - October 2013
  • Sefton Open Exhibition (Individual Artist Category)
  • The Atkinson, Southport - November/December 2014
  • SCA Open Exhibition
  • ArtHouse, Southport - 2015 and 2016

 

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