Colour and form drive Flokk Studio to create eye-popping collectable works…

Tell us a little about yourself, your processes…

I don’t really have a process…I am always motivated by colour and form in my abstract and portrait work.

In my photographic work, I like to explore interesting angles, especially with the architectural shots.  There are two extremes to my photography – stark black and white or heavily saturated colours.

I am self-taught in digital painting, acrylic painting, photography, and textile and surface patterns which means I am always learning new techniques to add to my art practice.


What are you working on at the moment?  Has COVID-19 affected what you make or your practice?

I am continuing to create abstracts and portraits but I am also revisiting some of my old photographic work.  Some of which I never developed into anything solid, and some I am now reworking.

What or who inspires you to create?

I love being surrounded by colours and patterns; it’s the main reason I became an artist. Creating art is also the polar opposite to my formal education, as well as most of my interests and other studies. Art creates a nice balance and helps to keep me from sliding down the slippery slope that is sanity.

What’s the best piece of advice you have ever received?

Never compromise your artistic integrity.


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