Informal Nature is the dialogue between belonging and the everyday, it is informed by a sense of place and explores the relationship between us and the physical environment.
The process is driven by selecting and interpretation of found materials that are often discarded, this generates a design language that is informal and varied.
In the collection, I present a variety of wood types, captured both on paper and as objects. These works celebrate and capture the unique characteristics of wood, value on its grain variation, shape and species type. The wood types are both found on woodland and workshop environments, they are ‘off cuts’ of an everyday environment.