The paintings are sculptural, done on metal with enamels, often cut and built into relief. They pursue the same fine line between the quotidian and the transcendent as the sculpture.
‘They are ethereally beautiful. Moments of time captured, fleeting, and unseen, except by the invisible artist. Moving. Somehow, they capture the essence of these landscapes, when there was no-one to see the light or the things you saw. Yet they are eternal too.’
– Lewis White