A series of paintings exploring private and intimate spaces. Sometimes real places: kitchens, bedrooms, corridors and also everyday activities like drawing, cooking, making smoothies and putting on gloves before painting. These elements combine to create their own imaginative spaces, interpreting the multi-faceted and sometimes fluctuating experiences of reality.
Kissin' Kate Barlow and purple sprouting Broccoli
Workmens' gloves and incubation tank
Residency in Scotland
A series made on a residency at Dumfrie’s House in Scotland. The paintings explore intimacy and relationships in social spaces, inspired by the cafe culture, decor, landscape and abundance of fancy cakes surrounding the tourist attraction.
Tea for Two
Country stroll in a field with a cow and a sheep
South Bermondsey Studio London
These are a series of miniature paintings on board. They are comic-like with their own tale and influences. They mainly represent life in England. This includes work culture, tea culture and the mystery behind why headphones get tangled up.
Too much tea
The Tea Building Studio London
These paintings were made after and during an intense period of observational drawing at The Royal Drawing School. They are influenced by exploring the bizarre and uncanny in everyday situations. Often the paintings are pin pointing a sensation or an experience, sometimes referring to the unexplainable and unknown.
Oil on canvas
A Magical Day at the Bandstand
Oil on Canvas
79 x 85 cm
You can spit me out now
oil on canvas
122 cm x 152 cm
Brixton Studio London
A series of paintings exploring colour, space, patterns and motifs. Some refer to stories and poems. A Better way to live was inspired by Deborah Levy’s story ‘A Better Way to Live’. The painting is an exploration into reality; balancing dreams , intimate spaces and everyday situations . Motives and abstract elements allude to parts of the story.