An earlier series called "Marco Polo's Travels" derives it's imagery from Italo Calvino's novel "Invisible Cities" in which a fictional Marco Polo describes the places he has traveled to Kubla Khan. In it she evokes medieval and Persian painting which was used to tell narratives to a largely illiterate populace. She crosses this approach with more modern ideas of tourism, exoticism and xenophobia.
In all her work a delicate and slightly primitive approach helps to create scenes that combine both the exotic and the mundane in a way that not only engages the imagination but demands imaginative participation from the viewer.
There are also two other series on her website and many more paintings in each:
"Housing Estates" 2009 oil on MDF 8"x9"
"Platform" 2010 oil on MDF 8"x10"
"Observation" 2009 oil on MDF 9"x11.5"
From "Marco Polo's Travels":
"Marco Polo Forced To Eat Moths" 2003 oil on panel 11"x10"
"Nothing Occurs Here That Is Worthy of Remark" 2004 oil on panel 5"x5.75"