"I have always been more interested in the relationship between landscape and individual lives, and how the places we inhabit shape the people we are."

 

 

My work tries to record my experience of walking in a place, collecting clues about its identity, what has gone on before and what might go on after I leave.

My paintings and drawings on board, canvas and paper are made from a range of materials, from inks, acrylic, pencil, gold leaf and oils, to thread, nails and found objects. 

Currently exhibiting at the RWA, Bristol, in 'Imagined Landscapes' until June

and at Salisbury Arts Centre, in 'Walking...Landscape...Memory' Until end of Feb

 

Quote: Robert Macfarlane; The Old Ways