The Secret Life of Rock Pools
Growing up on coastal Awabakal land, I’ve always held a strong affinity to my environment.
I seek inspiration and energy in nature and am a collector of things, often returning from a walk with pockets full of shells or leaves. Capturing the finer details that often go unnoticed, my work acts as a reminder of the incredible beauty that surrounds us daily.
The Secret Life of Rock Pools explores the mesmerising creatures and plants that live hidden in our intertidal zones. These tiny but complex watery worlds show magic and beauty to those willing to take a closer look. This body of work explores the ever-changing environment perched along our coastline; the calming nature and watery surfaces, and my favourite details uncovered along the shore. Using traditional watercolour techniques, fine liner pens and graphite, I capture the essence of some of nature’s most beautiful, and most simple subjects.
Share in my wonderment of rock pools and explore the delicate details of plants and creatures who call these miniature marine worlds home.
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The Lost Urchin (2022)
Eight Armed Sea Star (2022)
Scallop Shell (2022)
Sea Sponge I (2022)
Sea Sponge lI (2022)
Petite Crab Claw (2022)
Rock Pool (2022)
Pair of Oysters (2022)
The Collection II (2022)
The Collection I (2022)
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