Belong two works exhibitied as part of the Dewsbury Art Group
Spring Exhibition, Batley.
Belong Sculpted Artist Book , Block printed poem
Belong Sculpted Artist Book , block print
Traditional techniques, processes
and experimentation are at the core of my practice coupled with ecological
concerns.Nature and environment are a
continual inspiration which informs projects and collections.
‘Lifeloom’ is a term I use
to describe the narrative quality of my work producing artworks in paper, wool coupled
with found and discarded objects. ‘Lifeloom’ represents locally sourced,
re-cycled & re-purposed materials created in the mediums of Artist Books
and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints weaving layers of image, process and story
bound with inheritance skills and 1940’s utility ethos.
was initially a paper based collection
continuing with the Cherish project; which focuses my belief in cherishing our
immediate and wider environment. I was recently very stirred by a visit to
Staffordshire Arboretum Memorial, specifically the newly installed WWI
Trench.My grandfather fought this war,
so once again I pay homage to him and all those who experience a personal war.
Artist weaver of image, process and story.
I create beautiful, unique collector’s edition fine art prints and artist’s books which tell a personal story. They are hand crafted with decisive combined media making a heritage gift for an intimate experience.
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03jfn8v - BBC 1 artist interview