The simple everyday becomes transformed in my world.
I see things differently, that’s what I want to show. I want to cause the viewer to pause and reflect. To consider that there may be another way to look at something.
I want to capture a memory, to evoke the feelings we have when we remember those experiences or moments in life. To use colour to create fun, a good feeling.
“For some paintings, I start with a portrait or a scene of buildings. I imagine what it would look like in my world – to see the beneath which is the universal feelings that it creates – the beyond is my vision, my world of design, my play with how things sit in gravity and bold colour. I want the viewer to stop and take another look. To laugh, or smile and say ‘I have been there, where is that?’ It is anywhere you want it to be. It is whomever it reminds you of.”