Lives & works in Glasgow, Scotland.
2015 -BA[Hons] Contemporary Art Practice. First Class.
Alison’s current work explores the way art creates meaning in the mind’s eye. It is informed by studies in neuroscience [neuroaesthetics] that highlight the brain’s liking for contrast, grouping, balance, rhythm and repetition. Visual perceptions begin as a jigsaw of lines, edges and angles: her ‘puzzle paintings’, having no obvious pictorial messages, encourage viewers to search for meanings and associations .