Portraits & Texts

through the power of words.

Warrior II
Warrior II

Turn your scars into something beautiful and wear them with pride. A pair Photographic art with acrylic pen. Framed 80x60cm

Warrior I
Warrior I

Turn your scars into something beautiful and wear them with pride. A pair Photographic art with acrylic pen. Framed 80x60cm

Warrior I & II
Warrior I & II

Mirror image, younger older, mother-daughter. Turn your scars into something beautiful and wear them with pride. A pair Photographic art with acrylic pen. Framed 80x60cm each

Warrior (IV)
Warrior (IV)

Framed photo art (and passe-partout) with coloured acrylic ink pen on photo. The "Warrior" art series honours & unites women worldwide through their suffering. Turn your scars into something beautiful and wear them with pride. The henna design representing scars.

Warrior (I)
Warrior (I)

Framed photo art (and passe-partout) with coloured acrylic ink pen on photo. The "Warrior" art series honours & unites women worldwide through their suffering. Turn your scars into something beautiful and wear them with pride. The henna design representing scars.

Warrior (I)
Warrior (I)

Framed photo art (and passe-partout) with coloured acrylic ink pen on photo. The "Warrior" art series honours & unites women worldwide through their suffering. Turn your scars into something beautiful and wear them with pride. The henna design representing scars.

Naked
Naked

100x100cm Acrylic gel & paint on canvas with real silver leaf. Magenta & silver This art work represents the end of a honeymoon period. The artwork changes over time, the silver will tarnish & oxidise from shiny new to blackened, just as relationships do over long period of time.

Self Portrait
Self Portrait

80x120cm Self Portrait of the artist through the power of words. (A "collage" of words inspired by La Vie en Rose and J. Rumi) Acrylic gel & sand with acrylic paint. Gold

Drowning (oxidised)
Drowning (oxidised)

The silver leaf tarnishes as it oxidises, over time and changes weekly. Progressive art. This oxidisation transformed the painting over the space of more than 2 years.