"I have interests in art, music, science, technology, natural history. Enjoying these subjects in everyday life, can be exciting and lead to spontaneous ideas for artwork design. I have been inspired by John Constable, Wassily Kandinsky, Mary Fedden, Pablo Picasso, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore."
"I am a creative and conservation artist (paintings, sculpture, photography, digital), who absolutely enjoys producing colourful and pleasing artworks. My aim is to brighten up and help improve the well-being of people, and inspire them to incorporate art and nature into their lives.
Creativity is part of me, which goes hand in hand with a deep respect of and interest in, our natural environment. Every painting is original, different from each other, and designed to suit homes and workplaces. We are gifted by imagination, and I make great use of this before starting on new projects. I often experiment with shapes, colours and their locations to show imagined motions. And use different tools and materials to create textures, thus giving a tactile touch to the painting surface. Some of my paintings with different surface textures can be explored by persons with limited senses.
Encaustic wax is often added to enhance the theme and define my art. Some of the ideas about shape, motion and flow, in my abstract paintings, have come from my previous experience in production engineering, business administration and information technology. My conservation series of paintings, asks the viewer to be aware, think, and consider the impact of our actions on this world’s environment. This ongoing work supports the U.K. people's conservation and protection of nature on land and water. I am currently contributing to tree planting, woods and wildlife conservation."
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