In the AMOMA project I make unique hand painted butterflies in a multiple series format and there are never two the same.
The project represents for me a simple communication achieved through painting.
In my art practice I represent a number of visual themes but for the AMOMA project I focus on butterflies. I see the project as one piece of artwork that relates to the rest of my practice but exists as an autonomous exercise. By considering the individual butterflies collectively, as one piece that is separated into parts and shared between many, I am interested in the idea that it makes some kind of connection between all the individuals who have been attracted on some level by the works.
In a world of reproductions and overcomplicated categorisations, i sometimes think that making simple, unique and available paintings, can defend a particular value between the individual and the shared…
- Joined March 7, 2011