I have created art ever since I can remember. Circles have been part of my creations for many years, however it has in recent years developed into a technique that I can call my own. I express my art through the cells that are a reflection of the feeling or environment. I not only use visual inspiration, as also use environmental sounds and mindfulness. I tune into the feelings or memories I am trying to express a reflection of. Using live recordings that I can take back and use in my studio to recapture the essence of the feeling of the painting.
Laying paint, glue and pens, depending on emotions and physical feelings. My technique gives time for reflection, whilst layers are drying, I take time to where to focus on the painting next. Find light and dark and where colours, intermingle and overlap.
I like to express emotion within my art. I have always felt a motivativation to speak out within a painting, maybe say something that otherwise wouldn’t be said. Art is a tool, a voice, a release. Art is beauty, yet unconditional of its differences.
I feel so grateful to of shared a relationship with art. Especially at challenging times of my life. I have lent on art as a crutch, I’ve used it as an excuse, I’ve poured my emotions into sketchbooks. By sharing what I feel in this way. I feel I express my voice discretely. I have spent time painting or often drawing to distract my self from chronic pain, a way of simply being, a way of gentle doing, when so many things are a challenge. Art gives us a place to expressively exist. Whatever barriers we may face, art is equal space for us all to experience.
When creativity resides within you, it enevitable that you use it and express it. Letting out whatever manifests inside. Art gives a release and theraputic outlet to express who you are and how you feel.
My art is a celebration of the life cells that connect us all.