This year has to be about mending, repairing and renewing. This new body of digital prints I think captures that feeling. Within the design, there are imperfections that have been joined. Based on the Japanese word of Kintsugi, this design started as a drawing, then a watercolour until I was happy with the balance.  Shadows cast in Winter give way to a repair of nature, working its way towards the Spring. 

These prints are framed in high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish. fine art paper with a gently textured surface -Handmade by specialist picture framers -Delivered ready for hanging and available in A4, A3 and A2.

Kintsugi

On long walks, as the sun was going down, the shadows behind the trees. These prints are an abstract interpretation of those shapes and shadows cast by the moon. A comforting presence, the iridescence hits foilage at the top of the forest. Its the negative space that I see that frames my compositions.   

I love playing with colour palettes, I suppose you could say that these are led by the seasons, but really they are led by my imagination. I love laying translucent layers upon each other and this in turn creates another colour. Never ending for me as I enjoy using abstract, almost geometric shapes.

Created from high-quality wood, milled with simple clean lines and presented with a satin finish. - Simple, elegant design - Premium, fine art paper, these prints are available in A4, A3 and A2. with a gently textured surface -Handmade by specialist picture framers -Delivered ready for hanging


Moon Shadows