I like to create a conversation through my paintings, drawing the viewer in through colour and shape, until they become curious about the content. I hope to inspire a positive response to environmental and human rights issues by offering a moment to question and consider.

A Higher Ground 50 x 60 cm framed collaged silk fragments, maps, acrylic on wood


Intimately Mundane 62cm x 65cm framed made with paper, cloth, acrylic on wood


My Work is Done 62cm x 65cm framed cloth and paper on Wood


Blood Mountain gravel, sand and paper on canvas 120cm x 120cm


Blow Hole clay and acrylic on wood framed 30cm x 38cm




Raining Sea on Sea 53 x 47cm framed sea maps collage acrylic


Of Thoughts Recycled


When Tomorrow Comes made with Covid-19 Lockdown magazine articles, torn masks, looking forward to a time when it would become another layer of history


New Cathedral acrylic on wood framed 65cm x 55cm


Philomena newspapers from January 2021, acrylic on canvas 61cm x 90cm


Daydreaming of Miro on a Winter’s Day


Sunday Paper Flower I framed 29cm x 59cm newspaper, acrylic on wood


Sunday Paper Flowers 11 29cm x 59cm newspaper and acrylic on wood