Zulu, as she is known to many, works with flat graphic images and uses a beautiful French acrylic paint that retains its magnificent rich pigments. This style of painting comes from a love of American Indian, African, Aboriginal and Islander art. She paints her images in a form of layers and chooses to forget perspective, preferring to let the art stay free spirited. Heather sees life as patterns and rhythms of colour and shape.
Heather’s work is about celebrating life and creating fun with images, music, dance, taste and colour.
Zulu now lives at Cape Paterson on the Bass Coast where her new art studio and print workshop is inspiring a massive amount of new and different work.