Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen
H 42cm x W 55cm x D 2cm | Framed size H 45.5cm x W58.5cm x D 3.5cm
Framed in a solid Tasmanian oak shadow box frame
Says Ingrid of her work Light on Time from a Reef’s Perspective: “Exploring the world from the ocean’s perspective, seeing the crumbling cliffs with the play of light on a sun filled day, symbolises and highlights our fragile earth, climate change, Anthropocene.”
Through her recent series of work titled ‘Memory, Time, Space’, Ingrid Daniell continues to explore her love of landscape, the environment and the link between the magic of earth, the mystery of our existence and the time when we had little impact on the earth and its atmosphere. Using places that have personal connection as her muse, Ingrid paints stylised and abstract forms, and her symbolic paint gestures, colour and mix of textures create magical, emotional and mnemonic landscapes. Building layers as she paints to create depth and dimension, Ingrid highlights the form of the landscape; the shadows and the light, the crumbling cliffs and shifting flora shaped by weather and time.
Signed, dated and titled on back
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This work is framed in a solid Tasmanian oak shadow box frame, with a 0.5cm front profile and 3.5cm depth, and a 0.6cm shadow between the canvas and the frame. It is ready to hang.
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