Tag: Abstract Art

  • Seeing ourselves in abstract art

    Seeing ourselves in abstract art

    I am forever seeing human elements in my abstract works. Sometimes I leave them submerged, for viewers to find, should they go searching. At other times, I draw them out. Pareidolia: Check out an amazing photo of random shapes created by natural processes to which we humans attribute a meaning.

  • Garage studio transforms to kitchen

    Garage studio transforms to kitchen

    Right now I’ve converted my garage studio into a makeshift kitchen. Our Kitchen/Family room is now an echoing room devoid of any furniture or fixtures. There’s no room to paint in the garage with tradies coming and going, cabinetry, tools and tiles stored. Fortunately, February was a productive month

  • Abstract Art

    Starting the year with some abstract works using translucent washes.

  • Birth and Death: an abstract painting

    Birth and death are inextricably linked. As one life passes, new life springs forth. This is an intensely personal abstract painting that was selected for the 2018 Taste of Art exhibition at the Noosa Regional Gallery. Somehow it resonates again in the wider context of the pandemic we are facing. I am letting it go, […]