Losing Face. Pastel on canvas. 16th April 2009
It was interesting to note that at the time of the US stock market crash, Tasmanian Devils in Australia
were being devastated by a tumorous disease. Both species were suffering the decay of
something much bigger than themselves.
Three stages of womanhood. A follow on from uni days studying thesis for
Femininity Series. Here we have Imogen, a young 22 year old, then Vanessa who is in
her early thirties, understanding young children and pregnancy, then Sandra, who has
grown up children, and is now exploring her own self again… and so repeats the cycle.
Each is pastel on canvas. Series completed, April, 2009.
Pastel on canvas. April 2009.
Mickey Rat Watch is a conceptual piece which questions the longevity of how long should royalties
keep being passed down through generations. Times Up! ….???
Mixed media. Paint and pastel. April, 2009.
Made for a dear friend who is amazing.
Pastel on canvas. 2009.
Pending Rebirth is about Boredom, and giving room to rest and grow.
Pastel on canvas. 2009
This is about a time when I came home to find my dog very sick. It was like ‘lifting the mat’,
and discovering that this was a dying animal. This beautiful animal’s end was near.
Pastel on canvas. 27th August, 2008
I was meant to be an artist drawing and painting as an observer, rather than
doing jobs that and artist may round-peg-square-hole-it in!
This is Parramatta, where I had the interview, oh so long ago now.
pastel on canvas. 1 metre x 1 metre. Date Completed: July 2008
TPS is an acronym for Tall Poppy Syndrome.
Pastel on raw canvas. 4th April, 2008
Quote: “The rose is the flower and handmaiden of love – the lily, her fair associate,
is the emblem of beauty and purity”. Unquote. By Dorothea Dix
Pastel on canvas. 10th march. 2008
Abstract of sunset.