Light and shadow. Reflections blending into each other.
My collection, Worlds Reflected, explores the fundamental concept of forms– deconstructed elements of something that do not reveal its complete nature but give a hint as to what it might be, prompting glimpses without truly revealing the full picture. A patch of colour. A rough, undefined shape.
Perhaps they may evoke certain things in the real world – landforms, oceans, figures, wind– but they give nothing definite. They are ultimately subjective refractions, highlighting the incomplete nature of perception.