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Artist Statement 

My body of work signifies the emotional attachment to colour and the relationship between colour, emotion, and spirituality. Colours hold a lot of emotion and are used as an object to attach emotions too, They’re also deemed very spiritual as they’re used as an aura that represents the spiritual being emitted from your soul. I use a circle in my work to show the infinite, non ending entity of emotions, colour and the spiritual world.





Elsworth Kelly


Looking at Kelly’s work I think the strong colours and bold shapes set a strong composition of the paintings. i like the contrast between each colour because it makes you think about them individually and then when you take a step back you think and ee both the colours as a whole.

Josef Albers


I can relate to albers work a lot as he uses colour and shapes within his paintings. I like that he uses the same colour but then uses different tones of it to show different dimensions within the painting. I think Josef Albers will be strong artist to look at for me to develop my work and create stronger pieces that show the relationship between colour, emotions and the spiritual world.

Tate Modern, Mark Rothko


Visiting the Mark Rothko room in the Tate modern was extremely interesting to me as Rothko has a strong impact on my work. Sitting in front of his paintings i feel my vision start to go and feel that I’m getting immersed into to the painting and feel like I’m going to another dimension. The room is dark so it sets an atmosphere and makes the experience more immersive because you have to concentrate more to look with in the paintings. Seeing Rothkos work made me think more critically about my own ideas about my work and set a strong idea about where i want to take it.

White cube Gallery, Wayne Theiobaud.


Visiting the white cube gallery and seeing Wayne Thieobauds work was very interesting to me as i came across him a few years ago and found his work interesting then. The Robed women with the letter caught my eye as i was walking past as i thought the letter was moving and my perception changed at each angle i looked at it. I would like to create  a certain amount of perception with my work that makes the viewers eyes wander.

America in the Fall, Royal Academy.


Visiting the Royal Academy to see the America after the fall was really interesting and seeing the many different paintings. The painting that stood out to me was the one by jackson pollack, the reason it caught my eye was the strong use of colour and the swift movements of the lines. After looking at the painting for a while i realised i was looking at a full and liked the fact that it took me a while for my eyes to understand what they were seeing.

Gillian Ayres


Looking at Gillian Ayres work and knowing that she created it to be found and to be felt and express a feeling rather than something that can be seen. Looking at the composition of the paintings and the scale in which they were, had an impact of how they made me feel. The size worked and i think if they were smaller they wouldn’t have as strong of an impact. This painting stood out to me because of the shape the board was in, Its an unusual shape to be seen in gallery/museum setting and i think it adds to the impact of how the painting is perceived.