My degree was in Image Making at West Herts College and my Masters Certificate gained at Hatfield University. I have worked in schools with various age groups, on community projects and with various organisations throughout my career. I hope this image will encourage those that feel losted at this time and gain hope to continue their journey.
Title: “Where do I go next”
Media: watercolour paint on watercolour paper.
Size: is 20cm x 19cm
“Where do I go next” represents the confusion of life when one realises the magnitude of parenting. Whatever way one turns it always leads back to the life one has to care for. The only thing that stays constant is nature and the life that one has created is part of nature. The colour and line of “where do I go next” captures the need to embrace nature and consequently the life that one’s been given. The natural process of giving birth and the continuing nurturing of that life is a path so many of us travel. It’s a fine line between the sea and the sand that we walk, but walk we must to ensure the safety of the soul we chose to have.
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