Colette’s artwork is often concerned with the island landscape beneath our feet and the sea that surrounds us. Light and mood are explored in a manner redolent of place. The Manx born artist is embedded in her responses to the Isle of Man and exhibits a connectedness with nature within her art.
Dual interests in history and art mean that layers are a feature often found within her work. Cycles of life are interrogated through visual exploration. Repetition and layering are utilised as tangible representations of humanity connected to the tides and the rotation of seasons. Predominantly focused on the areas of painting, digital imagery and printmaking, Colette’s work is evocative of time and space.