After graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University with a
first class BA (Hons) in Fine Art, I founded a new collective called
3set, comprising of three artists including myself. The second exhibition
we staged was held at Polished T in Liverpool, which was an ambitious
collaborative attempt to create an environment comprising four chosen
colours. The show explored themes of colour, materialism and authorship.
I am concerned with making art that responds to the mundane aspects
of everyday living. I attempt to do this through my exploration
of colour, repetition and materialism through an interest in producing
work that is informed by painting, sculpture and installation, but
that does not necessarily conform to any of the three exclusively.
I use common materials such as adhesive tape and assorted paper/card,
in an attempt to create pieces that are aesthetically stimulating
yet conceptually challenging.
I am very much interested in repetition and find that the use of
repeated forms is a natural occurrence in my work and something
I wish to explore further.
During the past year I have struggled but ultimately succeeded
in maintaining my art practice alongside a full-time job. I believe
that creating this balance through necessity has actually developed
the line of enquiry I am currently exploring within my art.
I have reached a point where I am ready to engage myself in my
practice fully and confidently through continued experimentation
and a series of exhibitions.
Past Group Exhibitions:
Sept 2005 - Polished T Gallery "Remake".
April 2005 - Goston Gallery "Day by Day".
July 2004 - Manchester Met Degree Show "Specto".
June 2004 - Islington Mill Gallery "Abstractions".
July 2001 - Warsaw Gallery Five Girls and a Boy".
Upcoming Group Exhibitions:
September 16th - October 22nd 2006 - Arena Biennial Exhibition,
September 2006 - Red Dot Biennial Exhibition, Liverpool.
September 30th - October 10th 2006 - Red-Wire Biennial Exhibition,
Phone: 07841 359 541