As a collagist & assemblage artist living in Tasmania, Australia, my fascination with worn and discarded memorabilia has provided a visual feast of ideas to work with. What drives the creative process is being able to breathe new life into ephemera & objects from the past. For me as a writer, (No Room for Watermelons), storytelling has become an intrinsic part of my art practice.
One of my recent finds was the cover of a small book entitled, 'Memoirs of the Rev. Cherry'. Thoughts about what memories lay hidden in that book, led to me making a series of small collages for the Sketchbook Project. These works tell the fictitious story of Aloysius Cherry and the scene is set with Glady finding his notebook in her attic many years later.
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