The act of painting is an act of preservation – of a moment, a feeling, movement, colour and form.

The themes of nature and rewilding contain a message about mankind’s impact on the environment, a call to preserve the landscape for future generations. Inspired by the language of painting, and the poetics of nature, these paintings are observational and emotional documents of the world around us.

Taken individually, Daisy’s paintings capture the magic, light and atmosphere of significant, familiar places. Together in series, the works become a narrative mapping through time and geography, created using experience, observation, imagination and memory.

Daisy trained as a fine artist at Camberwell College of Arts and later studied curating at Chelsea College of Art and Design. She has since worked as a curator in educational and community contexts, supporting other artists, developing audiences alongside her own artistic practice.