Spring 2003 Artist's Statement
I make continuous reference in
my work to objects on surfaces. The shore, or more accurately, the
"littoral" and the ephemeral nature of this area between land and sea is
my original point of departure. I also take into account other instances
of randomly scattered or discarded objects, natural and man-made, which
attract with their inherent, apparently dormant, energy. This is also
echoed in on-going work about Ailsa Craig the island in the Malin Sea off
the coast of South Ayrshire near where I lived as a child.
externally, internally, referentially and historically; making works whose
subject is not the depiction of the world but what it feels like to
encounter the world.
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Details of London Exhibit May 21st -
June 7th 2003