reflects an ongoing interest and inquiry into the nature of beauty
and the experience of aesthetic pleasure.
I have used the source of a Guinea-fowl feather as reference and the
computer (as design tool) to scan and manipulate visual elements to
create new associations and juxtapositions for abstract designs. Whilst
I often take queues from the visible world, I am not too concerned
with making representations of nameable forms but prefer to contemplate
on visual relationships that evoke possible meaning, yet remain 'open'
to interpretation. My approach within this field of practice often
feels more like a journey than a predetermined destination.