is a British painter who paints what she experiences, adopting motifs to act as intermediaries that reflect her internal dialogue.
Her recent work was inspired by thinking about Memory as a dynamic and creative process, that underpins who we are now and leads to our experience of the contemporary. She is interested in how this is reflected in the process of making her paintings, through the transformation of an image, the editing and embellishing processes of interpretation. The paintings reflect on autobiographical and emotional memory, considering themes of intimacy, unity and isolation in human relationships.
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