Felicity's paintings elucidate a feeling of flux and a sensory response to the natural world; against a backdrop of ecological upheaval. Drawing upon an interest in both wild and controlled landscapes, her
practice explores a state of biological and psychological entanglement with nature. Gestural works stem from the interplay of material experimentation and instinctive meanderings.
A sedimentary process melds paint with studio and garden detritus to elicit biomorphic forms. An overarching intrigue is in a feeling of the sublime, to be found in unusual internal and external places.
Felicity's colourful works are underscored by a fascination with place and space.