Dream Weaving (working title) is a new body of work that has emerged after a period of ill mental health. Restless sleep and CPTSD have led the artist to struggle with nightmares and vivid dreams, often in relation to her personal health conditions but also reflective of wider anxieties as a result of the ongoing pandemic. The below works represent images seen during these dreams and reflect on topics such as fear, anxiety and feeling lost and without direction.
'Free-falling through Digital Storms'
37 x 30cm
Wool, acrylic and cotton
'Evaporating Psyche'
82 x 65cm
Mixed Fibre, polyester fabric and latex glue
'Tightening Gyre'
36 x 33cm
Wool, acrylic and cotton
'Untitled'
82 x 65cm
Mixed Fibre, polyester fabric and latex glue
'Longing for normal...'
52 x 41 cm
Waxed acrylic knit on Knitmaster 210 with AG20 intarsia carriage
'Into Stormy Seas, I fall'
79 x 64 cm
Mixed Fibre, polyester fabric and latex glue
'Cloudy with a chance of Dread'
53 x 43 cm
Acrylic, Wool and Cotton. 2021
'Surrounded'
34.5 x 26cm
Wool, acrylic and cotton. 2021
'Surrounded II'
34.5 x 27cm
Wool, acrylic and cotton. 2021
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