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A moody, monochromatic piece, Pendulum,  harnesses Japanese principles of Simplicity & ‘Ma’, creating an intuitive work rich in depth and emotion.

Though all my pieces are purely abstract, upon viewing we intuitively recognise a visual language that mimics the currents of the ocean, natural formations of the earth, a flower in new bloom or the patterns of precious stone.  They activate the senses, allowing for immersive visual experiences that transport you outdoors, straight into nature’s arms.

For me, Pendulum conjures up images of charred wood, stone and rocky crags. A sneaky little pop of burnt brass, references a glowing ember.

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What is Ma?

Ma (間) is a Japanese word which can be roughly translated as “negative space”. In my work I’m intentional about creating spaces between the forms, areas of quiet, of emptiness, like little pauses between sentences. These spaces give the work a unique rhythm.

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Pendulum

Amica Whincop


Size: 90w x 90h x 3d cms
View in my room

Whatever life takes away from you, let it go.” Miguel Ruiz

Mixed media – Ink watercolour acrylic & enamel spray on canvas

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Additional Information

A moody, monochromatic piece, Pendulum,  harnesses Japanese principles of Simplicity & ‘Ma’, creating an intuitive work rich in depth and emotion.

Though all my pieces are purely abstract, upon viewing we intuitively recognise a visual language that mimics the currents of the ocean, natural formations of the earth, a flower in new bloom or the patterns of precious stone.  They activate the senses, allowing for immersive visual experiences that transport you outdoors, straight into nature’s arms.

For me, Pendulum conjures up images of charred wood, stone and rocky crags. A sneaky little pop of burnt brass, references a glowing ember.

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What is Ma?

Ma (間) is a Japanese word which can be roughly translated as “negative space”. In my work I’m intentional about creating spaces between the forms, areas of quiet, of emptiness, like little pauses between sentences. These spaces give the work a unique rhythm.

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