These are portraits of flowers that were once seen by the dinosaurs of the Cretaceous period over 65 million years ago. We are tragically in our sixth period of mass extinction. These beautiful blooms tell a prescient story of resilience and survival.
Our connection with nature is primal. These portraits allow us to commune with a beauty and a life in a way that’s pre-verbal. Encounters such as this one with everyday blooms acts as a beautiful metaphor of resistance.
My artworks act as ‘portals’ into seeing what connects us and are brought together by a profound political sensibility.