What constitutes people’s daily life during our lockdown in Melbourne? Aesthetic consideration is thoroughly integrated into the daily activity of walking the dog. With a distinctive form of painting, an aesthetic concern permeates everyday life through the use of bold colour and structure. Colour in this work is employed as a vehicle to establish a relationship between the spectator and the painting.
I have an increasing interest in capturing moments in the urban environment with the aim of showing who we are through fragments of local life.
The viewer is confronted with a relatable image; it’s intended to open a path of dialogue with the artwork.
Through colour, the re-invention of the everyday life view, suggests the birth of a new order that challenges what is taken for granted.