Exhibitions Girls' school 1992
This work covers some ground on Womenhood, Sex and Religion. The work is in progress and attempts to question the fact that God has always been portrayed as a long haired bearded Father:

how different would society be if God was a woman?

Girls' School is directly related to the time in which we live, in an atmosphere of violence and restraint. Out of restraint comes creativity.

'I spent my highschool years in a conservative convent run by french nuns in South Africa. It was during these years of conformity and restriction I decided to be an artist. Instead of pledging a vow to marry the Lord, I pledged a vow to stay loyal and true to the art inside myself.'