“Searching for the Light” is a collection of small abstract paintings from 2019 searching for hope.
Watercolour again – still find it incredibly challenging, still aiming for a lightness of touch that eludes me.
My art has always been my self taught form of therapy . It started in my art journals, a place to express in images what I couldn’t always put into words.
More from the blog
I missed the deadline to apply to Spring Fling this year. This is the long explanation of how life (and death) got in the way.
What the hell was I thinking?! How self-doubt stole my paintings.
I have a rather poorly husband at the moment, but have been able to squeeze in a little experimentation with oil and cold wax.
I really do find watercolour one of the hardest and most unforgiving mediums to use. Having the right paper and good brushes is a good starting point and good quality paints of course.
I’m in a fallow period at the moment art-wise and I know that this is a normal and necessary part of the creative process.
Some of the exercises from Pauline Agnew’s Expressive Portrait class that I recently enrolled in.
A ten minute short film about myself and two other local artists.
A selection of paintings reflecting the strangest of years.
Talking about my art journal process and how it has helped me.
A whistle stop tour of my messy little studio.
Join me on a tour of the Spring Fling gallery
“Let it Rain” is a large acryclic painting on canvas, my response to the Australian bushfires of 2019-20.