Lorraine says that her journey through art has given her some incredible experiences as an artist, as a teacher, collaborator, a forever student, exhibitor and it continues to unfold.
Her work has been sold widely in the UK and Europe and she has been fortunate to work with galleries who have a shared passion for all they do.
In teaching, she never tires of the magical moments that occur when different minds come together to create individual responses. At this stage in her art journey, Lorraine is enjoying being able to combine her two passions. She works from a beautiful light studio where she is able to focus on producing her own work and open it up to others who are interested in attending a workshop.
The majority of her paintings are abstracted images that are reminiscent of landscape, with implied perspectives and blurred distinctions. Abstract forms invite analogies; plough marks, cloud, water and horizon lines. It is the ambiguity of marks and colour relationships that interest her and the vague narratives that develop with each piece.
In Lorraine's latest work, her fascination with landscape continues. The traditional /contemporary juxtaposition inspires her and there remains a narrative which explores a visceral response to our landscapes. She has been exploring the concept of 'invisible threads of communication' that surrounds us in modern society, the unseen, the unknowable, whilst relating to an intuitive personal dialogue that connects us to the landscape of our ancestors.