McDonald’s practice primarily focuses around the potential of materials, holding suggestive connotations of landscape and emotion. Through two-dimensional outcomes, McDonald documents her surroundings, expressing her personal responses which combine loose mark making, structure and shape. Each ambiguous outcome obtains their own individual personality, subjective to the process.
What have you enjoyed most when studying at PCA?
Throughout my degree I have enjoyed the flexibility of my work, the sheer independence of creating work for personal appreciation. Also the support shown between peers; each and every person on the course has been supportive and constructive throughout.
What are your future aspirations?
My future aspiration is to become a fully qualified art teacher.
What is your artistic style?
I would describe my style as being expressive and abstract, always gaining inspiration from my surroundings and producing responses in accordance.