Sculptures and Objects
Other worlds are often created in three dimensions - magical environs; manipulating scale; acting as portals; thinning the veil and allowing access to places of our imaginations.
This extremely rare species of duck is hybrid combining the strength and courage of a lion, evident in its mane, and the grace and elegance of an unusual mallard. One of a kind.
Roughly translated as 'Cupboard Unlocked', this work refers to the time that women are able to 'escape' from domestic entrapment.
This Goddess lies in her sacred space; an Avalon of sorts, waiting to be awakened (but not by a Prince!). When she does, the environment outside her casket will also awaken from its winter freeze. She has an elaborate train, not pictured.
Created in response to the death of a young neighbour due to cancer, this work features objects, symbols and images that may be part of a young girl's idea of heaven.
This work draws from the Greek Myth of Persephone who is abducted and dragged underground to marry Hecate. Her mother enables her to return to the world, but only for six months of the year.
Every day, the cycles of nature occur in spite of us. The smallest lives are wonderous, a fact I hope I have displayed in this work based on an abandoned paper wasp nest.
(Full title: Phoenix Rising from the Fenced in World of Perpetual Reality). At some point in our lives, we need to break free of the perpetual reality of our daily lives and discover our own true purpose.
The transition from girlhood to womanhood, is complex and deep, requiring courage, intelligence and gentleness.
Ceibhfhionn (pronounced CAY-VUN) is a celtic Goddess of water, intelligence and creativity. You can get lost in this depiction of her for hours.xed Media Assemblage, 2010
Birds are a fascination of mine. This version of the Royal Spoonbill is in honour of the real bird of the same name - showing all her majestic finery.