People walk through your life, some stay a while, others not long enough.
I use a wide variety of materials and processes to create artworks that are characterised by the collage techniques of layering.
I often work with site specific artefacts that I usually recycle and repurpose in an adaptive creative practice that involves carving wood, beating copper, casting and much more.
While my materials and processes are constantly changing, my themes always explore loss or memories that create snapshots in time. They reflect the transient and impermanent liminality of life, giving life its value.
My topics of interest are best described as something beneath the surface, messing with that temporal space between being and nothingness.
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Sculpture Biennials in Australia's countryside and outback; site specific work on cityscapes; in libraries, airports or art trails, curated by me, AND creative wellness activations .... There's much to see here.