I have exhibited my work at the Embassy Theatre in Skegness Lincolnshire UK from June through to December 2019. With this exhibition I aimed to bring a message of hope for our planet; we are not condemned, and we can change our way of living and preserve precious habitats. It is crucial that we eradicate the impact of single use plastic waste.
I have added my artistic voice to those campaigning vigorously to raise awareness of the destructive nature of pollution upon the land and in our oceans.
My work focuses largely on the environment. Evolution and the development of bigger cities, plus a growth of industrialised means to power our planet has had consequences on nature & impacts our everyday lives. My work challenges people to look more closely at the damage that is being done. I aim to inspire hope for change and a better future for humanity.
I like to immerse myself in the natural environment and create detailed pencil sketches. These observations I incorporate into my pen work.
Secret Squirrel contains elements within the bark of the tree which reflects the natural world - challenging the viewer to look more closely.
I have a great passion and belief in expressing my emotions and not merely painting what I see. I’m particularly fascinated by the notion of Biomimicry in that art can imitate life and interact with the environment in an ever-evolving world.