This archive of painted work represents a passion that developed with the help of my Aunt June when I was a young teenager.
Painting is a time of self-reflection that results in imagery for me to contemplate. The work is not created with a specified purpose or desired outcome. It is a fluid, natural process that progresses unconsciously.
I lost my painting studio in 1997 and never thought so much time would pass before being able to set up a new space to work. But at the same time other ideas started to develop and needed my attention, so it is not something I regret. However, it is something that I look forward to devoting more time to when it becomes possible.
Creating makes me feel whole. It is who I am and it manifests in a variety of forms, leaving me in wonderment.