In my latest body of work, which numbers 18 and titled "When You Were Not at Home," I was inspired by a period of confinement where I had limited access to art supplies. With only old magazines and a pair of scissors at my disposal, I decided to embrace the philosophy of working with what I had and the existing materials. This led me to create rooms filled with mischievous dogs and cats while their owners were away at work.
What sets my artwork apart is that everything the viewer sees in these montages is recycled, except for the pens I use. By using recycled materials, I aim to highlight the importance of repurposing and finding creative solutions within limitations. Each artwork tells a different tale of the pets' antics, capturing the lively dog culture that I observed when I moved to Labrador a few years ago.
Through this body of work, I explore and celebrate the joy that our companions bring into our lives.
BA Theatre Studies with Distinction
Grad Dip Teaching & Learning
Associate International Society of Dancing (1988-2001
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