Between Your Skin and the Air

It started as a way of catching myself. 

We all have our secrets, hidden, floating under the surface, always threatening to break through the top thin delicate layer of skin, 

or the ones buried deep, 

ones you have forced your body to grow around, to cover with soft tissue, to forget, 

but not really, 

never really. 

I wanted to strip these layers back. Show myself, see myself, let myself move through this untouched space. To be unafraid of what I'll see and to show it all coming together, 

every ugly, 

hurt, 

compassionate form I can take.

 Letting it all seep through, mould together, combine, and emulsify.

Holding On Very Tightly 


Holding On Very Tightly | Graphite on watercolour paper, 42" x 16.5"
Holding On Very Tightly - Study | Acrylic paint on paper, 8.5" X 11"

Holding On Very Tightly | Graphite on watercolour paper, 42" x 16.5" Holding On Very Tightly - Study | Acrylic paint on paper, 8.5" X 11"

Back When You Were Older 

A Braided Rope

How Many Times Can I Pour You Out? 

We devour

We nourish

We cry

We mourn

We give space

We hold time

We forgive

We are a moment traced

We are memory

Everything Soft and Light | Graphite on paper, 19.5” x 16”

What Compassionate Form Can I Take? | Graphite on paper, 17.6” x 21.5”

BreakMy Breath | Graphite on watercolour paper, 27” x 20”

Cutting Through Air

The Ways You Move Me 

If You Can Be a Mountain I Can Be a River 


A Bowl is Just a Bowl 


Weaving You Through My Fingers

Artifacts of Flight - Study | Acrylic paint on paper

Overflowing For The Third Time

Will You Hold Memory For Me?

A Rope For You to Snap 

Double Rainbow 

Making a Home on a Bridge 

Using Format