Janet Melrose

I decided to take the opportunity which lockdown afforded me to think about my practice and the direction it might take in the future. The early months of lockdown saw me work using repetition and process. This released me from making an end product and proved to be liberating. Notes from Moorland, was part of that process. It was informed from experiences of being in a particular place but allowed other thought processes to take effect. The layering of tissue paper on board; mono printing and repetitive mark making, describe thought processes as much as a they do a landscape.