Arrangements Series

This series began when I coincidentally acquired two identical copies of a vintage book on flower arranging. The double imagery and repetition within these works relate directly to the process of making: turning the pages to search for imagery, measuring, cutting, and so on. The layouts and patterns also represent the rhythm of daily routine and domestic familiarity.

 
How they grow

Living jewels

Swimming, slithering

Steadily through the waves

Containers

Meeting points

Endless cycles

Measure the distance

Between a two-way mirror

A thorn in the fold

Red stripes

Hovering above

Camera shelves

Reflecting leaves

Hear it drop

Surface water

Breaking the glare

Outburst

Stand

Push up gently

Cold breeze
Repeated

Pink fragments

Balancing branches

Shaped by the elements

Light beams
In the night