Fleur Stevenson

Fleur Stevenson

Fleur Stevenson - Abstract Artist

Fleur Stevenson is a New Zealand born, Sydney based emerging abstract artist, who creates layered, textural works which investigate the compositional relationships, from the social and physical environments she visits.

Working with mixed media (acrylic and spray paint), Fleur’s artwork explores the negative space between (permanent and temporary) forms, colour relationships and invites the viewer to navigate through the work and form their own narrative.

Fleur’s work has been selected as a finalist in the 2021 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, Milton Art Prize and the SBS Landscape Prize.

More recently her work “A journey’s drawing” was a finalist in the 2021 Parkin Drawing Prize in New Zealand, as judged by Sarah Farrar, Head of Curatorial and Exhibitions at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki). “This drawing was created unknowingly by those responsible for its delivery, with mark-making as a response to the movement of its travels. I considered how to change the narrative and hope to convey a little beauty in something considered tedious and mundane, as couriering artwork.”

Photo credit: Matt Clark Photography

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