Do you believe in serendipity? It often seems to me that the things which occur seem to be just the right thing – even if I don’t know it at the time, I do believe that life’s twists and turns have their purpose. That the lows help us value the highs. I experience lots of moments of unexpected happiness, small snatches of joy, which catch me unaware. I try to be open to this – noticing when something is wonderful or good, even if it’s simply the pattern of a coffee spill that turned out to be quite beautiful – it’s up to me whether to decide it’s a mess to be mopped up or a chance for inspiration, (or perhaps a learning about the usefulness of coasters).
PRESS RELEASE: 7 March 2018 Exhibition opening 23rd March at Myanm/art Gallery, Yangon: Intersection An encounter between poetry and … More
Panel Discussion: THIS SATURDAY Please join us at this free event, where I look forward to being a panel speaker & … More
A swirling tangle of timeline… Earlier this year there was a moment which made my senses tingle as I saw … More
“The elements that stir us to make art are flickering moments: a brief flash of recognition, a hint of scent … More
Exploring After Oud in depth – The collection of little kinetic glass jar sculptures in the latest Intersection exhibition.
Gotong Royong is a twisting, turning, tumbling, kinetic artwork, in which letters and words spill like loose sand. I am extremely proud … More
A marvellous experiment has been conducted this week – an exchange of artwork and poetry inspirations with Nilofer Neubert, as … More
syn·es·the·sia [sin-uhs-thee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh] noun: A sensation produced in one modality when a stimulus is applied to another modality, as … More