Within the up-cycled frames which I find in vintage stores, antique markets, or gifted to me, are watercolour paintings of simple comforts and nostalgia. Each painting reflects a personal experience, a memory or an aspect of daily life which offers solace from the persistent urgency of urban life, the bombardment of social media stories and the constant anxiety heightened by the Covid-19 pandemic. I began creating these works as a response to what was happening around me and within me and wanted to find a way to use found object - in this case, the frame - and subjects that I could place in those rectangular spaces that were offerings of something light, joyful, playful and sweet.