Achromatic recollection

Achromatic recollection is a body of work focusing on black and white floral landscapes, whose intent is exquisitely meditative.

The composition begins with photographs selected from magazines or personal archives, which are cut, assembled, redrawn in graphite or charcoal and then enhanced with pastels and pigments. Next, acrylic colours are sprayed on the drawing as a final layer, the “glaze”.

“Recollection is a rapid, controlled process that allows the retrieval of details associated with a previously experienced event.”