Three years ago, in a cold but friendly art studio in London bridge, I experimented with texture as a medium for the first time. I created a simple piece that was purely texture on canvas without any meaning. A week later, with my second piece, I wanted to create an image that looked familiar, an interpretation of something interesting or important to me; I tend to explain it as a bit like cloud watching, when somehow shapes morph into meaning.
As a trained Interior Designer, I very quickly associate spaces and places with meaning and memory, my art is no different. The art in our homes surrounds our day-to-day life, and it’s never been more important to surround ourselves with things that make us happy.
My paintings capture memories and journeys that mean something special to their owners. I see bespoke artwork as an investment in ourselves and the stories of our lives, a unique way to pay tribute to the special places in our hearts.