This series ‘Lightscapes’ is an aesthetic exploration into how light is perceived by our eyes and interpreted as different colours. As the wavelengths extend, the visible light changes in colour to blue-green-yellow-orange and finally red. Rooted in Landscape inspired work the pieces are investigations into how colours effect each other, how it deceives, harmonizes and relates. How much easier it is to see a colour when it is surrounded by a particular colour. A colour is almost never seen as it really is and this fact makes colour the most relative medium in art. Perhaps the real aim of these pieces is to develop an eye for colour, through trial and error and to experience the changing light and tonal shifts that happen through the transmutations of colours. This series started in 2019. The mediums vary between pastel on paper, oil on aluminum and bespoke glass sculptures.