I am fascinated of the idea of flow. Through my mixed media work I explore the many interpretations of this word.

Flow (fləʊ)

vb (mainly intr)

1. (of liquids) to move or be conveyed as in a stream

2. (of blood) to circulate around the body

3. to move or progress freely as if in a stream: the crowd flowed into the building.

4. to proceed or be produced continuously and effortlessly: ideas flowed from her pen.

5. to show or be marked by smooth or easy movement

6. to hang freely or loosely: her hair flowed down her back.

7. to be present in abundance: wine flows at their parties.

8. (Physical Geography) (of tide water) to advance or rise. Compare ebb1

9. (tr) to cover or swamp with liquid; flood

10. (Geological Science) (of rocks such as slate) to yield to pressure without breaking so that the structure and arrangement of the constituent minerals are altered n

11. the act, rate, or manner of flowing: a fast flow.

12. a continuous stream

13. continuous progression

14. (Physical Geography) the advancing of the tide

15. (Physical Geography) a stream of molten or solidified lava

16. the amount of liquid that flows in a given time

17. flow of spirits natural happiness