Abstract in nature, the sea in particular is depicted with rich blues, contrasting the shoreline of dusky tones, illustrated with pleasing daubs of oil paint.
Mixed media on board
Image dimensions: 50 x 50 cm
by Jessica Oliver
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Obeche frame moulding, 42mm wide painted Farrow and Ball ‘Dimity’ and waxed to protect, 10mm bevelled inner slip frame, d-ring fixings for hanging. No glass.
I grew up in the North East of England – where I completed my Foundation Course and BA Hons in History of Art. Life then took me to London until 1995 when I relocated to Edinburgh. In 2012, having taken time out to raise my family, I joined Leith School of Art to revisit and develop my artistic practice, first as a part-time student and then as a student on the specialised Landscape Course.
As a landscape artist my work is rooted in the investigation of an environment, with a focus on my reminiscence of place and space. I immerse myself in its character through initial sketchbook observations, then develop these influences into a series of studio based discoveries. Released from direct representation I am free to explore my remembered experience, aiming to capture my understanding of a locale through considered use of light, colour and tone. Drawn marks often add dimension to the surface as I strive to explore the abstract values, each exploration informing the next.
|Dimensions||60 × 60 × 4 cm|