A series of 6 large abstract paintings with sculptural elements

Humans are sentient beings, with the capacity to have feelings, as well as the power to perceive, reason and think. It’s a subjective phenomenon which refers to the depth of awareness that a living being possesses of themselves and their environment. Sentience is the ability to experience sensations such as pleasure and comfort, or pain and suffering. The current tendency is to view humans as having the full range and depth of sentience, however there is undoubtedly a possibility that other animals might have properties of sentience that people don’t, and vice versa.

High quality prints are available of the Sentience series, each print is out of 10 per painting. They are 60 x 60 cm and can be posted worldwide. Please get in contact to enquire about purchasing.


Limited Edition Prints

Sensing Nostalgia

Mixed media on canvas; 2 x 2 metres | This sculptural painting provides strong sentiment, as an interpretation of nostalgia. Every person has their own relationship with identified feelings, but at its essence nostalgia is considered a sense of comfort stemming from the past, which has the ability to envelope. This highly specific feeling engages memory, recognition, comfort and longing, its complexity driving the query whether humans are the only living beings with the capacity to feel it. A nuanced feeling which can change over time, it provides a fond recognition with the capacity to inhabit a person from softness though to darkness.

Elements of Patience

Mixed media on canvas; 2 x 2 metres | This semi-translucent painting consists of more than 30 layers, producing a liquid like constitution and an endless depth. It stirs up a sense of soft and moving serenity while the shape provides composure. Although a circle is not often found in nature, when it is, it’s associated with the profound. Additionally, blue is the colour which was given it’s name last in many cultures, due its absence in nature. It is most dominantly found back in the sky and the sea, both of which are vast. These combined elements create the opportunity to reflect on what it means to become lost in the calm of life.