“Shrouded” Oil on wood 40 x 60 cm 2016 One of the paintings from my new series about human creativity and destruction.
“No time left” Oil on paper 76 x 58 cm 2013This painting came from a little sketch I made (pictured at the bottom of this post) about the fate of many of our ancient trees. Time is running out for some […]
Here is my page from the catalog for Phantastische Venus © Reinhard Schmid who has curated this absolutely amazing show. Schmid writes: “It will be the first exhibition of this kind, where 70 professional women artists from the fields of […]
I have two new oil paintings in the group exhibition What Is Urban? The exhibition opens in London next Thursday night (26/02/2015) at Brixton East, London. The painting on the left is called “In the Grip”, the one on the […]
“In the Grip”Oil on canvas60 x 40 cm 2014I have been focusing on why we create cities, the buildings, roads, modern materials and vehicles. Why do we choose to live in these spaces? We embed ourselves inside of our creations, live […]
“The lament of the wolf” Acrylic on wood 30 x 40 cm A painting highlighting the effect of our encroaching cities on our fellow animals. 2013
“Underpin” Oil and egg tempera on wood 30 x 35 cm 2008A painting I made about our attachment to the earth. I placed the giant heart at the center of this image as a symbol that I believe we should […]
“Asleep in the city” oil on paper 25 x 58 cm, oil on paper 2012One of the paintings from my “While we are asleep”. The city brings us dreams, moments of hope, clarity, frenzy and desire. It is important to take time […]
“Sleeping with a whale” acrylic on canvas 15 x 30 cm 2012One of the paintings from my “While we are asleep” series. This painting is about the way our cities reach out further than just the land that they are built upon. They […]
“Oblivious” Oil and egg tempera on wood 80 x 60 cm 2010 I made this as a response to the Gulf Oil Spill. The news was full of such graphic images. In this painting a woman floats, oblivious to the impact […]
“Embracing”Pencil on paper22 x 30 cm2014We embrace elements of nature, yet our roads, cities and pollution all flow evermore relentlessly from the way we live.
“Lament of the Wolf”Pencil on paper35 x 28 cmThe study for my painting by the same name (see painting here).