This is my third year taking part in Bucks Art Weeks. In the past year I have exhibited at Claydon House National Trust as part of the The People's Landscape and locally at the Longwick Art Show and with Art in the Park, Princes Risborough. Recently I became a member of the Buckinghamshire Art Society.
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Working mainly in oils and pencil I produce paintings and drawings that capture the landscapes I have visited or lived in. The drawings and paintings I make take imagery from places visited, local landscapes, collected maps, aerial views, trees, plants, forests and fairytales. I am interested in combining real location with fragments of maps, playing with the idea of merging physical landscape and flat space within the artwork - morphing real places and imagined worlds. Recent paintings of lone trees in landscapes merge a web like form onto the surface hinting at man-made or underground networks. Drawings refer to both the man-made and the organic by combining trees, leaves and maps together. Using maps and trees as my main inspiration, I create new and contorted views of the landscape where real places and imagined worlds merge. Mapping these new landscapes back onto canvas and paper, I seek to question our ongoing connection and interaction with nature and our surroundings.
I studied painting at the Royal College of Art, London and Fine Art at Norwich School of Art and Design. I have exhibited in the UK and Europe and since moving to Princes Risborough I have continued to make work in my garden studio.