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I’ve been working on a series of collages based on the theme of “Expectations vs. Reality”. The emergent images reflect the reality that life always turns out a lot messier (and more interesting) than we planned.
I’m fascinated by little remnants of things and leftover scraps: bits and pieces that would normally be overlooked or tossed away without a second thought. Everything–and everyone–has potential, possibility, and beauty…if we just know where to look.
This one happened by accident. I started cleaning up my art space (it looked more like a rubbish tip than a workspace!), and all these bits and pieces started calling to me. From the expectation of cleaning, instead a new … Continue reading
I have recently become completely a little bit obsessed with Missy, the Doctor’s utterly mad and villainous-yet-charming nemesis from seasons Eight and Nine of Doctor Who. Played by British actor Michelle Gomez, Missy takes many of the worst “feminine” tropes in television and completely subverts them. Her … Continue reading
Tattered dreams…faded memories…pieced together to reveal patterns of a life well-worn.