My process usually starts with a vague idea based on a photo, feeling, conversation or memory. There are no sketches. I jump right into the painting. And try not to think in the beginning. I act. One layer in the painting informs the next. I react. Sprays of water lead to paint dripping. Gravity adds an element of coincidence and challenges me. My intuition guides me through the process, and I just follow.
Paintings are finished when there is nothing more to add and the balance feels right.
I have participated in several group exhibitions in Italy, Spain and New Zealand over the past three years and am currently preparing a solo exhibition.
My work is collected nationally and internationally. Many paintings have found permanent homes in the United States, Canada, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Great Britain and in Europe.
In New Zealand, I am represented by Kiwi Art House Gallery, Wellington, and Waihi Beach Gallery, Waihi Beach. Internationally, I am represented by Saatchi Art and Bosco Hong.