As my eye runs over the surface of the sand, I notice many compositions created by the sea as bricoleur and assembler. Here's a collection of her delicate artistry, from early beach walks over the last few days. She pays as much attention to the background, textured by rain, tide, shadows and bird-prints, as she does to her choice of shape and colour. Occasionally, like Brett Whitely, she includes her artist's hand in her assemblage. Her themes include death, humour, love, living in harmony and outsiders, and her technique is mainly minimalist, with a nod towards pared-down abstract impressionism.