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Abstract landscape paintings created through a unique process of exploration, experience and interpretation.
So excited to have this painting, Today We Shall Sail exhibiting at the Vancouver Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery for the On The Edge Exhibition, running July 12 - August 1, 2021. Granville Island Vancouver BC.
Reverence, 36" x 36" on stretched canvas is exhibited on the Federation of Canadian Artists Online Gallery for the Limitless Exhibition, running July 1 - July 31, 2021.
Thrilled that this small framed painting The Power of Breaking Patterns, 10" x 10" on cradled wood panel is exhibiting at the Vancouver Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery for the Shape & Form Exhibition, running August 30 - September 12, 2021. Granville Island Vancouver BC.
Excited to share that the painting Impetus For Change, 24" x 24" on stretched canvas is exhibiting at the Vancouver Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery for the Concept Exhibition, running September 13, - September 26, 2021. Granville Island Vancouver BC.
Check out the growing Impetus Gallery 2021 for new works arriving this spring. I'm working two series simultaneously to catch and embrace the flow of inspo, … a blue/green series and a pink/gray series. This approach to painting has been a fantastic experience which pushes me to dig deeper.
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I describe my work as paintings that are explorations of both external and internal landscapes. My work is process driven, with several pieces on the go and no end point in mind. This allows me to create intuitively and gives the space for each painting to develop its own unique history. I often step back to adjust the composition and check that my colours are bold and contrasting, however, it is important that throughout the process, my work is created from a sense of "experience". By that I mean, my experience of creating, my experience of my materials, my experience as a living part of a greater landscape.
At some point there will be a moment where the painting starts to make suggestions, and I will intuitively follow this lead. Essentially it's like picking up clues that it’s giving me and chasing them, sometimes for a while, sometimes until the end. It is essential to balance the freedom I feel with a sensitive and analytical approach to guide the painting's completion.