acrylic, oil pastel and charcoal on canvas
122 x 122cm
I am attracted to the hustle and bustle of happening and activities in the scene that bring joy, laughter and life to the place. I use spontaneity as driving force in my approach to painting. In the process, I think I am in complete control of my work, but as it turns me with chaotic order, it becomes a struggle to create a sense of understanding with the chaos.
Born Shiga Japan 1955. Migrated to Australia 1992. Lives in Greens Beach, Tasmania. Exhibiting since 1992 including solo at Gallery 101 Melbourne and Carnegie Gallery Hobart. Winner of Tasmanian Art Award 2001 & 2002. Finalist in Glover Prize 2005, 2008 & 2009.