From the textural and patterned qualities of natural forms, to the linear and structural designs provided by ‘manmade’ inspirations, my work focuses on combining naturally inspired forms with our artificial ‘manmade’ surroundings.
Combining the opposing elements of ‘Nature and Manmade’, the samples and designs created, reflect my passion for working three-dimensionally with my specialism of handprint. My work focuses upon the above foundations alongside the more recent additional aspects of light, reflection and shadow.
My work created is designed and suitable for three-dimensional commission pieces that work effectively with light. The commission pieces created are intended for use in large and open public spaces.
Microscopic inspired mono-print, printed to overlap a previously Devore pattern printed on Azeta Polycotton, Monochrome colour palette.
Microscopic inspired mono-print, printed to overlap a previously Devore pattern printed on Azeta Polycotton, Multi-coloured colour palette.
Two naturally inspired spider web forms overlapped, one printed by Devore and the other mono-printed, a monochrome colour palette.
A variety of handprint techniques, mixed with laser cut shapes, panels attached together using elastic cord.
Vibrant multi-coloured mono-print onto Habotai silk, used as panels alongside mirrored acrylic laser cut shapes, attached together using 2mm elastic cord.