The Moonphases Series is inspired by changing patterns of light and shadow which appear to transform the shape of the moon.
The dry landscape gardens of Kyoto, Japan where Buddhist monks rake quartz gravel into infinite swirling patterns reminiscent of the sea.
Ancient cup, ring and spiral rock engravings of Kilmartin, Scotland resemble drip and flow patterns that form on water surfaces.
The spiral represents continuous change and sits within the full shape of the moon. The two forms fused into one; Spiralmoon.
These are about the etched Ripple patterns left behind after the tide has withdrawn and the wind has blown the sand dry.
Frozen Fish is a reference to fossil fish found in rock, frozen in movement and in time.
Frozen Deco Waves tries to capture and freeze ocean wave pattern using Art Deco stylisation.
The spiral of a shell like the curling of a wave; a wave within changing tides; influenced by the moon.
The spiral implies the constant changing nature of the sea; the ebb and flow of tides with fish living their watery lives beneath ocean waves.
The idea that the spiral, like bone forms a skeletal structure underlying the many surface variations of texture, light and shadow.
The Ammonites, now extinct lived in the earth’s oceans in their chambered spiral shells millions of years ago.
Moon Fishwave is about the many types of fish and aquatic life that spawn by the varying light of the phases of the moon.
Moonspirals represent the appearance of the moon’s changing shape as it revolves around the earth on its cyclical path.
Strata layers preserved in rock; stoney records of ancient sandy beaches, river beds, coral reefs and lava flow.
Plant Form explores root and leaf shapes.