The LIMED Collection is a set of images of limes and other common but unseen objects exploring aspects of friendship remembered.
The term 'Limed' has multiple meanings.
'Liming' is part of the culture of Trinidad and Tobago, where people come together to 'Lime': to chatter and be together. That meaning has morphed, in western culture, to getting trashed with friends.
On a different, chemical track, 'Limed' furniture or floorboards have been bleached - purified - by rubbing lime into the wood. A field which has been limed has been treated to neutralise acidity and corpses used to be covered in (Quick)lime to counter the smell of decaying flesh and prevent disease spreading.
Taking and merging these distinct meanings creates an interesting place from which to explore the shapes and colours of friendship.
Please contact me for a list of galleries and art markets where the prints are available to view.