“I’ve always been knocked out by simplicity. To me it’s got such impact… far more than anything fussy… because you have to get it right. There’s no chance for accidental effects. If you are simple everything has to relate and work.”
Extract from Encyclopedia of Australian Art
Alan and Susan McCulloch 1994
Her flat, carefully designed, small scale paintings (mainly of people) emphasise the silhouette, and are usually either playful or gently satirical. Equally important is her objective to “attain the ultimate in simplicity”, through the play of light on black, white ,brown, grey and other tertiary colours. Her exhibitions from the 1980′s on, were largely with Eastgate & Holst Gallery, Melbourne. Her work was represented in Classical Modernism, The George Bell Circle NGV 1992.