My abstract work is mainly in series , and a mixture of watercolour, acrylic and collage.inspired by my love of aboriginal art i have recently started doing collages using recycled bottle tops and buttons….
These are just some of the paintings i did from when i was first diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2012, from the first day i managed to paint every day and eventually did 115, mostly watercolours in a visual diary format after being given a diary to make a note of what was happening. I felt i had to paint my way through and mostly painted objects around me, and as it was Christmas this was a difficult time.They are all numbered in order. I am now still painting and all is well, and I enjoy the little things in life….for the first year from every sale i donated £20 towards cancer research charity, and raised £250.00 by xmas 2013. I have a power point selection of my diary available for talks which i am available to give within this area of north Pembrokeshire…..
I was selected to be part of ‘The Breast cancer art project ‘ and 2 paintings from my visual diary were included in an exhibition which was held in the university of Puerto Rico in October 2018…….
These quilts were designed and made by myself in the 80s when I lived in Cowbridge and had a studio workshop, from 1985 to 1990, I hope to update and improve the photographs. I do not make them now, and are the inspiration for my mosaic type paintings.
some of my recent collages from recycled bottle tops and buttons.. a new idea which is growing and very enjoyable…i am really enjoying collage at the moment and is very therapeutic in lockdown…
My logo design for Ysgol Glannau Gwaun school was chosen for the new school, and is incorporated in the flooring at the school entrance and then the design was carved into a piece of bluestone.The design was also embroidered onto the children’s uniform.