Acrylic + spray paint on board
42cm H x 42cm W x 5.5cm D
Framed in raw oak
Reflecting back on a treasured moment spent earlier in the year in the Hawkesbury River in NSW, Fleur Stevenson’s work January in Hawkesbury draws on her memories of a landscape while confined to her studio during lockdown. In this work, Fleur conveys the gentle movement of travelling along calm waters and taking in glimpses of the landscape.
Says Fleur: “It speaks to the memories of a place as a journey through continual form, evolving as each day passes and off the surface.”
Working with acrylic and spray paint predominantly on board, Fleur’s paintings explore the negative spaces between (permanent and temporary) objects found in nature. Areas of the abstracted landscape are both blurred and detailed, encouraging the viewer to move around the work and complete the narrative.
Recent visits to Sofala and the Hawkesbury in NSW has inspired her latest collection of work – a series paintings, that play with pattern and repetition, balancing and unbalancing geometric shapes, contrasting and complementary colours, and creating depth and perspective by layering spray painted stencils (created from drawings en plein air) and acrylic paint.
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