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One way home Drawing

Angela Edwards

United Kingdom

Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Size: 39.4 W x 18.5 H x 0.1 D in

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A new series of drawing made during lockdown. Made from the memories of many journeys taken and a longing to travel again. Using charcoal and compressed charcoal I like the medium to speak for itself and work on smooth paper so that the texture all comes from the charcoal. The drawings are unframed and with be packaged in a tube ready for a framer. My drawings are generally float mounted with a deep black or white frame.The drawing has a hand torn edge.

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Drawing:Charcoal on Paper

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Size:39.4 W x 18.5 H x 0.1 D in

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I am a painter living in the UK. I have a studio at Town Quay Studios in Shoreham, West Sussex. In the twenty-first century it is always interesting to see a fine artist conflating traditional materials with new technology.  This is the case in the work of Angela Edwards whose prime medium is oil paint on board or canvas and sometimes charcoal on paper, with the methodology of her subject matter coming directly from digital media, such as video, streamed images and often the use of her iPhone.    Angela’s central thesis is connected to a notion of ‘home’, a theme explored from many different perspectives and one she continually returns to.  This ranges from captured images of people returning home from their work environments to the movement of people across continents, namely refugees and asylum seekers – all the representation of people in her work are seeking the solace of home and belonging.     The representation of people moving through defined spaces, also gives focus to the notion, that while we weave in and out of the spaces of our daily life, there is often a lack of consciousness of critical issues that are occurring in the larger world, thus a certain alienation.   This is evident through the digital layering and shadowing  of the images, where the ‘real’ is transformed, into a type of hyper-real, namely, a simulacrum, where a work is not presented as a copy of the ‘real’ but becomes, via the transformed image, a truth in it own right. By Pauline Ford (Art historian) All work © Angela Edwards 2020 www.angelaedwards.co.uk facebook.com/angelamedwardsartist instagram.com/angelmedwards

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