My work is produced in stages culminating in a glicee print. I make marks, textures and fuse colours together mainly using Indian ink on watercolour paper. I then use a digital program on an ipad to collage and merge these elements together. I am asked frequently about my process and find it difficult to give it a title. I suppose ‘digital printmaking’ would be closest description.
I find my inspiration comes from living by the sea and all it entails, below and above: The seasons and weather continuously shifting, bringing a never-ending energy and frequent change to the scenery and the texture of the rocks, the swirling water and the life it brings.
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Torrs Walk Avenue