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“Ripples in the Creek Bed” an abstract landscape. Acrylic and ink on stretched canvas, ready to hang.

“You can’t step into the river twice”. Life meanders along, hurrying and scurrying, always changing. Then on a whim the river trickles into a quiet pool or eddy. Take it as it comes.

Drought, flood, sunlight, stormy gloom, stark barrenness and lush tropical growth all impact on us either dramatically or subtly as we experience joy or dismay at what we see.

Annie loves exploring colour and mood, examining the impact of the visual world which surrounds us and the very personal emotional response triggered. This is then harnessed and heightened by the painting process. Collage, acrylic paint and inks are used in an erase/ponder and replace method of working to delve deeper into the strata of landscape.

Abstract expressionism best describes Annie’s loose and fluid approach to both content and style, drawing upon visual memories or emotional impact of the Australian landscape. This can be experienced whilst travelling or just walking out the door to her farmland near Peachester.

Reality sparks the imagination, evolving into a response and emergence of a discussion between the heart and the mind. This initiates an echo not necessarily articulated, within the viewer, delicately balanced between what is iterated, what is felt and the final visual impact.

 

Ripples in the Creek Bed

Annie McArt

AUD$980
Size: 102w x 102h x 3d cms
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Abstract landscape

Acrylic and ink on stretched canvas

 

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“Ripples in the Creek Bed” an abstract landscape. Acrylic and ink on stretched canvas, ready to hang.

“You can’t step into the river twice”. Life meanders along, hurrying and scurrying, always changing. Then on a whim the river trickles into a quiet pool or eddy. Take it as it comes.

Drought, flood, sunlight, stormy gloom, stark barrenness and lush tropical growth all impact on us either dramatically or subtly as we experience joy or dismay at what we see.

Annie loves exploring colour and mood, examining the impact of the visual world which surrounds us and the very personal emotional response triggered. This is then harnessed and heightened by the painting process. Collage, acrylic paint and inks are used in an erase/ponder and replace method of working to delve deeper into the strata of landscape.

Abstract expressionism best describes Annie’s loose and fluid approach to both content and style, drawing upon visual memories or emotional impact of the Australian landscape. This can be experienced whilst travelling or just walking out the door to her farmland near Peachester.

Reality sparks the imagination, evolving into a response and emergence of a discussion between the heart and the mind. This initiates an echo not necessarily articulated, within the viewer, delicately balanced between what is iterated, what is felt and the final visual impact.

 

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