Ginny Aston has been involved for many years in various forms of creativity. Early in her childhood, she was exposed to the American movement of Abstract Expressionism, as her mother was a student of the legendary teacher and influential proponent of that movement, Hans Hofmann.
In Belgium, where she lived for many years, she studied the art of contemporary abstract weaving on upright looms, creating unique wall hangings using traditional techniques and numerous natural materials such as thickly spun wool, unspun fleece and even goat and yak hair.
She developed a passion for colour and for the surprise element in her work, which are evident in her photography today. Read more