I am fascinated by the movement and depth of light in the Australian environment. Raised in Canada, the clarity of light here in Australia still impacts me daily. The work I produce is a process of connecting to, understanding and refining my own experiences while visually making sense of my inner world.
I have always loved and appreciated Visual Art. I spent my late teens studying ceramics in Canada before leaving to travel and live in the UK and Europe. After settling in Brisbane in the early 80’s, I continued to explore pottery and sculpture and set up a home studio. Later the ease of working with fabrics and threads led me to spending several years creating textile pieces until the late 90’s when I began investigating two dimensional art media. My visual art practice continues to keep pace with my work as a kinesiologist, a place of listening to and translating the unsaid.