Art is colour, flow and shape.
In my work, I explore the forms of colour, contrast and movement in my animal portraits.
Colour, marks and texture represents what I believe forms the foundation of painting and drawing. I love the way that you can tell a story through the energetic marks you make and can capture more in one image than a photograph ever could. It's our own interpretation of what we see and how we've explored the image visually and through this amazing medium of paint.
As an artist, I try to capture the unique personalities and emotions of the animals in my paintings - animals we think of as children like dogs to exotic animals such as dolphins. I play around with softness of marks, contrasting light touches to sharp detail in the eyes to intensify the emotional connection to the viewer.
She holds a BA in Fine Art from the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham.
Help! Savages! Exhibition - Oxford House, London (April 2014)
Pursuit of Perfection - Centre for Better Health, Hackney (10th April-17th April 2015)
Futurity - Foyer Gallery, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham (17th April - 7th May 2015)
C E N T R I C I T Y - 5th Base Gallery, Brick Lane, London (6th Spetember - 9th September 2015)
Multitudo - Linear Gallery, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham (November 2015)
Intervista - Linear Gallery, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham (8th January-4th February 2016)
Stopjectify - Diversity Gallery, London (8th March-12th March 2016)
Degree Show 2016, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham (June - July 2016)
Wild Surrey, Surrey Wildlife Trust, Guildford House Gallery (25th May-16th June)
Over 18 Winner and shortlisted with another piece - Wild Surrey, Surrey Wildlife Trust, Guildford House Gallery
"How to use Oil Paints", Hobbycraft Blog, September 2018