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An ongoing body of monochrome ink paintings, the Moons Collection offers a moment to pause with these beautiful and mystical natural satellites. With over thirty original Moon paintings created through 2021-2022, I am excited to release prints and postcards of this collection. Every Moon is different and unique, painted using water and black indian ink.

About the Collection

Created entirely from painting offcuts, experiments and under-papers from my studio, the Torn Collection comprises two unique ranges: Torn Lands and Torn Abstracts. 


These monochrome collages, both abstract and pictorial in composition, capture a period of time where the wild and unpredictable British winter provided deep healing. 


In the months leading up to and following the passing of my best friend in February 2022, I found great comfort in the outdoors, connecting with nature and walking the southern

coastlines of England. This collection highlights the unpredictability of the natural environment and the beauty of painted textures, whilst encapsulating a time of personal grief.



Availability: Original collages available to purchase, 

unframed (sold with mount). Prints and cards available soon. 

Sizes: 76x76mm, 150x150mm, 210x210mm

Created: March-December 2022

Medium: Mixed Media Collage

Launched: May 2023

"Life meanders like a path through the woods. We have seasons when we flourish and seasons when the leaves fall from us, revealing our bare bones. Given time, they grow again."

Katherine May, Wintering

Anchor - Torn Abstracts

Torn Abstracts

Inspired by the rawness of British winter, Torn Abstracts celebrate the

textures and layers I found across coastal landscapes.

"Meet me there, where the sea meets the sky,

Lost but finally free.” 

Raynor Winn, The Salt Path

Anchor - Torn Lands

Torn Lands

Inspired by wild coastal walks, Torn Lands capture the landscapes

that offered me connection, reflection and healing.

"Doing those deeply unfashionable things—slowing down, letting your spare time expand, getting enough sleep, resting—is a radical act now, but it is essential."

Katherine May, Wintering

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