There are ongoing links in my work between a female body, nature, animals , mythology, folklore and domestic spaces occupied by women and where stories are told. This is one of my relatively recent pieces: Pegasus. The stripped lampshade cover made me think of a caparison and when I added a wing, it just became a flying horse. With the one-breasted corset-like armature of a deconstructed lampshade it can also be seen as an Amazonian warrior. Or maybe it is a winged female Centaur?
I am delighted to participate in this vibrant and eclectic exhibition set up by Cultivate Art Gallery. 37 painters, mixed media and 3D artists showing nearly 200 pieces of art.
Another wonderful creation from Wendy Pye and Maria Jastrzebska with music by Peter Copley and read by Rita Suszek and supported with funds of ACE. With my drawings of crows and doves. Here is an interview with Wendy on making of this and other videopoems and here is a short interview with me about how I approached the character of the Crow in the Snow Q Project.