My work begins with snapshots of busy city life and by a process of elimination I refocus the image on elements that encapsulate a sober thoughtfulness.’
“Sitting on the top deck of a London bus, I let my mind stroll over the lives of the people on the street, they obtain new life stories; I’m placing myself in their shoes and forming a reason for my being in that place at that time, doing whatever they’re doing.
I have a wandering empathy for the imaginary lives of strangers.”
She exhibits internationally with Fine Art Consultancy and shows at their Basement Gallery Rooms in Central London as well as regularly at The Forum Gallery, Norwich, Norfolk, the Jerram Gallery, Sherborne, Dorset, the Thompson Galleries, London and Suffolk, UK and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London, UK
Citing the influence of Fernando Botero alongside Henry Moore Pooley states:
'My sculpture has grown out of my fascination with the female form with its beautiful curves and flowing lines. I've always loved the shape of the female body...
Ever since I was small I've wanted to work from the female figure. From that fascination I began to develop my work by exploring the mother and child relationship both physical and psychological and that still motivates and preoccupies me today'.