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"Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable" Cruz

As a lifelong artist, I am always looking for the next opportunity to translate my everyday experiences into artistic expressions. 

My approach and output are constantly evolving as I develop my personal style. My practice is far from typecast and I work hard to ensure I do not repeat myself. No matter what, I approach each project with complete enthusiasm and total dedication. Constantly seeking tangible balance between colour and form. 


"Time and Tide"

12/09/2020 - 26/10/20

Nairn Books and Art Festival

Online open exhibition

Degree Show

13/06/2022 - 18/06/2022

UHI Moray Art School

"Art on the Edge"

04/02/2023 - 27/02/2023

Moray Art Center


13/04/2023 - 28/04/2023

Elgin Library

Moray Art Centre Member's exhibition

Summer Exhibition

14/06/2023 - 14/07/2023

Six Foot Gallery


"Warm voices"

29/11/2023 - 09/01/2024

Six Foot Gallery


Moray Art Centre Take over

03/01/2024 - 08/04/2024

Curating Exhibition 

Moray Art 

02/04/2024 - 29/04/2024

Elgin Library

Moray Art Centre member's exhibition

artist statement

"What is a soul? This existential question has always interested me. Through my practice I explore the relativity of the ineffable soul searching process. Being a strong believer in Jung’s common subconscious theory, I use circles as my vision of human souls, sharing a vortex of this reality. We are the same but different, standing in order yet being chaotic, keeping up our appearance with strong boundaries and bleeding out of control.

As an artist, my work is heavily influenced by the abstract expressionism and Russian avant-garde movements. I strive to create emotive and expressive pieces that push the boundaries of traditional art forms. Through the use of bold brushstrokes and vibrant colours, I aim to evoke a sense of movement and energy in my paintings.

I find inspiration in the works of artists such as Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko, who were pioneers of the abstract expressionist movement in the United States. Their use of non-representational forms and emphasis on the process of painting has had a profound impact on my own artistic practice.

Additionally, the Russian avant-garde movement of the early 20th century has also greatly influenced my work. The use of geometric shapes and bold lines in the works of artists such as Kazimir Malevich and Lyubov Popova have informed my own approach to abstraction and composition.

In my work, I seek to create a sense of depth and movement, using a combination of abstract forms and bold colours. I aim to create a dialogue between the painting and the viewer, inviting them to engage with the piece on an emotional and intellectual level."

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