My painting deals with the relationship between personal and cultural conflict. As a neurodivergent artist I feel the presence of this every day. Difference in a way of thinking, having to find other neural routes to express myself as well as different routes in an exterior sense. The placement of objects in space inspires me and creating ambiguous spaces on small structures engages me constantly.
Ultimately I am searching for a different kind of power to the one which currently drives the world, using colour and form to create a sense of transformation and unity simultaneously. I look to the mountains around me which act as a kind of metaphor for a different kind of energy, and their shapes and network of pathways often crop up in my work.