31 Esplanade EH15 2ES
3D abstract art constructions using everyday materials such as wood, perspex, steel, and spray paint to explore the idea of urban and built environments/structures including what goes on below our feet and above our heads. 2D abstract painting using acrylic paints to explore other types of real and imagined landscapes.
The qualities of many everyday materials are overlooked because they are often hidden or are viewed as having little or no intrinsic beauty. Taken out of context, used in different unexpected ways and placed in a different setting to explore the built environment these material reveal new qualities and encourage the viewer to reconsider the everyday.
These materials are used to construct imagined built environments and structures which include what is often hidden from sight but without which city life would be impossible.
Other landscapes both real and imagined are explored in an abstract way. A number these landscapes do not seek to capture a moment in time but are composites of how the viewer might see the same scene at different times of the day or year.