Overnight Case II (Fossil Bluff)
In this work I wanted to show a landscape of colliding worlds. One in the compressed time of an overnight visit contrasting with the timeless nature of the Bluff. I wanted a sense of both completeness and dislocation that harmonised in feelings about the landscape while reconciling the paradoxes that arise here.
My work has a sustained focus on the metaphysical, as subject matter as well as an ongoing personal narrative. My visual arts studies have included undergraduate and post-graduate degrees.
Oil on Belgian linen - Wood stretcher