In 2021, I experimented with a series of paintings called ‘Drawn Curtains’ and some photoshopped work I called ‘Studies in identity and opinion’. Understanding my motives for creating these two significantly different creative processes and aesthetic outcomes was on my mind throughout 2022 and these works began to explore this.
Below you can see a snapshot of how I used phone and computer software to influence my process.
I’ve decide not to allow my notable lack of experience, education or notoriety, in the art world, limit the places I can show my work and so in 2022 I borrowed the walls of the Nurnberg Kunsthalle for our first exhibition together. More ambitious examples of exhibition space I have borrowed can be seen with my Drawn Curtains World Tour.
In 2022, I also progressed the concept of my ongoing Wrong painting series by digitally reimagining some Wrong paintings had they been reworked with screen printing or sewn panels, both skills I have developed as a clothing designer. I find it a compelling opportunity to explore the lines between art and design as an experienced designer forging my way in the art world.