Whilst I feel that my art may stylistically fit into the categories of visionary or spiritual, it seems that both terms have been over used. Ever since I started titling my artwork Resonance, I’ve known that my art referred to an energetic quality. It is the complexity in the word energy that attracted me to adopt it as a focal point for my art. Its ability to relate to a variety of forms, suggesting an underlying field that interconnects all things and also its use in the environmentalist movement make it a great focal point for what my art is about. I hope to align an understanding of an all-encompassing connected energetic quality to existence with a environmental responsibility for maintaining the quality of that energy.On the one hand the purpose of my practice and studies in Public art is to express visually and tangibly the energy field that emerges from human relationships; our relationship with ourselves, nature and technology from micro to macro, the impact and results of all these interactions and interconnections in the city and on the natural environment. My investigation delves into the evolution of human beings on a physical and spiritual level and how this manifests in the material world in terms of Architecture and Public Art but also ecological considerations.Like many occupants of spaceship earth, I am filled with an increasing concern regarding the state of our planet. As an artist interested in energy and connections between our personal energies, nature and the built environment, I feel it is necessary to reflect upon the major contemporary issues of preservation of our natural environment –what is left of it at least. I feel it is important to propagate an awareness of an inter-connectedness between our energy and that of our environment. With this in mind, I wish to produce interactive or sensorial public art that not only focuses on the aesthetic end result but also on the process.