Believing in colour, texture, symbolism, layers and detail, Camryn’s work is bold and vibrant.
His work is informed by the heady colours of Australia’s native fauna and flora,
Impressionism, and from early digital pixel art, all aspects are easily discernable in his pieces.
He feels that coloured pencils create a texture that is similar to dyed fabric, velvety, plush and rich, and that it is a fitting complement to his embellished textiles pieces.
For his black and white inkwork pieces, this texture is created with detailed strokes, crosshatching, stippling and rendering, the challenge here coming from detailing shadows, depth and texture using only monochromatic tones. Within these works complex patterns and intricacies of detail make up for presenting as beautiful in its own way.
Camryn also creates with cross stitch design, embroidery and other textile-based art forms, often combining several different combinations from within the discipline. This leads to the formation of rich, tactile art pieces that can be used as standalone artworks or then scanned in to a digital art program and used to compliment another piece.
Whatever the medium, Camryn’s pieces are designed to be statements that stand out and enhance the modern design, whether it be in fashion, décor or products.