‘Woman’, self-portrait 2013. Watercolour, ink, pencil portrait. Digital background. Original wording exploring the personal and emotional cost whilst negotiating complex intimate relationships and unexpected resolutions. Described by translating images from the subconscious.
‘Tigers on Piccadilly’, 2017. Watercolour and pastel portraits, digital background. Inspired by sisterly bonds and the conscious choices we make before we are born in choosing one another, womanly power, prowess and the subconscious.
‘Jack Rosselson’, 2017. Commissioned portrait. Watercolour, pastel. I spent a lot of time connecting with the spirit of Jack to portray him with the light he had when in this world, and that continues to shine through his family.
‘Beach Belles of Boscobel’,2013. Watercolour, ink, pencil portraits, digital background. Inspired by an understated and effortless beauty from inside that emanates. The importance of sisterhood and continuing that bond with age. Representing our Afro-Caribbean Diaspora identity- which diasporan doesn’t have a t-shirt from their grand/ parent’s countries in which they’ve never actually lived?