A picture of spring

A picture of spring

My engagement with space is without end. It is a way to associate with my environment, study the zeitgeist of the time and paint a stage for self-reflection, contemplation of human emotions, or imagined ideals.

Following the self-isolation brought on by the pandemic, I began a series of paintings that put forward streamlined, collapsed, and confined domestic interiors layered with subtle shadows of burgeoning trees – a euphemism for intimacy, hope and rebirth.

A picture of spring is a reflection on how we adapt to our surroundings and how in turn this environment shapes us both mentally and physically.