From her studio in a remote WW2 airbase in Suffolk, Abi examines photographs of landscapes - snapshots of nature that in her mind's eye transform into mental impressions to stimulate imagination, abstract memory and a compelling sense of place.
Created from original photographs using a unique corruption process to form colour and structure which, when combined with digital and mixed media techniques, imbue the original scene with a hypnotic quality.
Abi's childhood was punctuated by moving every two years due to her father's army commitments and from this stemmed her fascination with new horizons. Studying art & design at Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Marseille and UWE, Bristol before becoming a digital artist and visual interface designer. Splitting her time between art and commercial design and between London and the Suffolk Coast where she lives with her husband, 2 young daughters and dog Midge.
Abi has exhibited in solo and group shows and events across Suffolk and London, UK with work featured in a variety of publications including World of Interiors. She also carries out commission based work for private and commercial clients.