My work continues this year into a personal exploration of the role of the Sacred Feminine as she is found in myths, stories, fairy tales, religion and the arts. I choose to examine Her through the framework of Jungian psychology, feminism and alchemy. My work attempts to delve deeply into the feminine and I am interested not only in her place in previous cultures, and the practices and beliefs of ancient history, but also in the comparisons and reflections which may exist within our contemporary lifestyles. The lost feminine is still a part of our society though much has been achieved. I believe that the balance of male and female energies within all of us will bring in time a universal energy of peace, compassion and understanding. My prints usually originate from a life-drawing sketch. I present my images of the feminine naked as an anti-objectification platform neither to be viewed as shameful or provocative, expressing, a pure representation of the Feminine. I then develop the drawing and conclude my final personal mythic personification. My printing technique is dry-point etching using multi plates for texture and sometimes adding watercolour and/or coloured metallic inks.