Thought-provoking, richly layered
experimental mixed media art
Stocking fillers for Christmas now on general sale.
The sale is much larger than last year, with over 60 items on offer, ranging from small experimental work to hand-finished giclee prints to mixed media originals.
Here is the link.
I share regularly about my artistic process, explorations of how to make art more environment-friendly, exhibitions and other inspiration in my blogposts.
The blog comes out most weeks, usually on a Saturday morning, 10am UK time.
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Creating environment-conscious art
I believe that we are called to be good stewards of all the earth’s resources, whether natural or man-made. Figuring out how to translate this into my practice is an ongoing journey. It starts with being aware of the impact of my work materials and processes on the environment and the willingness to continue to experiment and do things differently, weighing up the pros and cons of different options.
In an attempt to create more eco-friendly pieces, I like to incorporate natural and man-made materials that are often thrown away. I am pleased when someone can see something intriguing or beautiful in an item that would otherwise be destined for landfill.
For me, contrasts between dark and light, the broken and the whole, ultimately highlight hope and light.
I have always loved to experiment, so relish the challenge of finding environment-friendly alternatives for paints and materials.