The Dreamer


There is a minor road in east Hampshire that cuts deep into the bedrock, a route excavated over the years by water and the passge of feet. The stone rises vertically from the edge of the tarmac, and mature trees cling tenaciously to the precipice, their roots twining in and out of cracks at eye level with the traveller on foot. Stranger still are the wonderful shapes that prompt our instinct and imagination to see faces and figures that are not there.

The Dreamer has been selected for inclusion in the Society of Women ArtistsOpen Exhibition 2021.

Indian ink on kaolin-coated board, 16 x 12 inches.