The prints that I create are a reflection on my views and love of the city, and my recent work explores the contrasting surfaces, patterns and perspectives within the city. I have looked at the relationship between the building and their surroundings. This is especially interesting in construction sites and areas that are showing some distress. Prints such as Canary Construct focus on the tension between the unfinished smooth iron skeleton and the tessellating windows in the towers behind. To enhance these surfaces and areas I have used different qualities of imagery to recapture this man made tension. The crisp detail of photography against the smooth pure colour created by silkscreen and digital printmaking produces a two dimensional juxtaposition. Hollow Floor and Water Arch explore the beauty in man made structures: how seemingly endless criss-crossing and uniform bands are enhanced by simple voids of space and unexpected curves.
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