Small-scale works explore the layering of media and simplification of form.
A conversation between poems, found photographs and abstract drawing.
Drawing, painting and collage processes explored and combined in a solo show.
Digital collages respond to literary texts.
Painting for Christchurch City.
Thinner lines on lighter surfaces.
Still life, found reflections.
Sketching in paint.
From direct observation to abstraction.
Focus on the rhythm and colour of margins.
Paint on canvas once more.
Connecting media and approaches to art-making.
Dynamism on a diminutive scale.
Photography and digital collage.
Collage and three-dimensionality.
Lifelike line and its facets.
The experience of variety.
Photography: looking and finding.
Inquiries into the dynamics
of material lightness.
Fluidity and stasis readdressed.
Structure-oriented inquiries into
drawing and collage.
Collage as an approach to painting on canvas.
Paiting as collage on board.
Linear monochromatic variations.
Monochromatic painting as drawing.
Drawing as painting and collage.
Drawing and collage resurface in painting.
Place, distance, atmosphere, construction.
Spills and flatness, opacity and transparency.
Blurred drawing, liquid paint, silent collage.
Small world: selves, environments, interactions.
Support structures reorganized.
Motifs: openness and belonging.
Mark-making between rendition and suggestion.
Fragments, journeys, abstract narratives.
Form as observed in, or inspired by, everyday contexts.