This painting encompasses symbols of a typical kiwi summers day. But we perceive it from a seagulls view point, as it is flying over the green hills towards the warm sand and turquoise ocean. The female form is ever so subtle present as a reclining nude within the contouring cliff top. Part of the Female...
Set in the late afternoon, we find a sense of hope that the balance can be restored between growth and nature. Mother Earth is fertile and her pulsing energy is supported by man, together they will breathe in harmony again. Part of the Female Landscape series.
Mother Earth is fertile and it is traditionally from her that all life sprang. But in this modern life we are developing at an alarming rate, introducing foreign materials and genetically modified flora. The green hills are consumed by these new suburbs, overshadowing the new life still pulsing within her. Part of the Female Landscape...
Heading North to switch the light on. Part of the Female Landscape Series.
Mother Earth is watching the man made paper boats. She is controlling man with her natural strength, never fully letting go of her dominance. In the end man stays vulnerable and will always succumb to her… Part of the Female Landscape series.
When nature is at her fierce man seems small and vulnerable. Prints available.
This painting depicts Long Bay beach on a hot day. The cliff face resembles a waffle cone and the contours the dripping chocolate sauce. The influx of houses is being sprinkled on top like hundreds and thousands.
The elements portrayed in this landscape are typical of a New Zealand landscape. But the distorted bird’s eye view introduces a new dynamic between nature and man enjoying what it offers.