A selection of a body of work that are drawings with a hint of printmaking.

Transformation
Transformation

Colour transfer, ink, gouache, colour pencil on Fabriano 490 x 350 mm

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Baptism I
Baptism I

Graphite, pencil, colour pencil, ink and gouache on Schoellehammer hotpress 325 x 440 mm

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Baptism II
Baptism II

Graphite, pencil, colour pencil, ink, enamel and gouache on Schoellehammer hotpress 325 x 325 mm

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Baptism III
Baptism III

Graphite, pencil, colour pencil, ink and gouache on Schoellehammer hotpress 514 x 395 mm

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The past can devour
The past can devour

Graphite and pencil on Schoellehammer hotpress 440 x 325 mm

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Transformation

Soliloquy is a body of work that uses the fairy tale of “Sleeping Beauty” to represents a spiritual journey I underwent. “Transformation” takes a rare focus on the heroine herself and the obfuscation of self when undergoing a critical psychological analysis.

 

The past can devour

Soliloquy is a body of work that uses the fairy tale of “Sleeping Beauty” to represents a spiritual journey I underwent. “The past can devour” literalises ‘emotional baggage’ and how the formidable nature of fear and unforgiveness can be all consuming and eat away at our growth – constraining us to be stunted.

 

Baptism I

Soliloquy is a body of work that uses the fairy tale of “Sleeping Beauty” to represents a spiritual journey I underwent. “Baptism I” is a part of a series that represents the unseen and is the 1st of a triptych of internal transformation.

Baptism II

Soliloquy is a body of work that uses the fairy tale of “Sleeping Beauty” to represents a spiritual journey I underwent. “Baptism II” is a series that represents the unseen and is the 2nd of a triptych which focuses on the crux or ‘heart’ of the transformation.

Baptism III

Soliloquy is a body of work that uses the fairy tale of “Sleeping Beauty” to represents a spiritual journey I underwent. “Baptism III” is a series that represents the unseen and is the 3rd of a triptych that visualises the conclusion of the transformative experience.