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Following a trip to China in 2018, I have created a new series of work inspired by the limestone mountains of Guanxi rising out of the Li and Yulong rivers in the south west of the country. I was trying to capture through colour and transformation the atmosphere and memory of the feeling I had for this extraordinary landscape that was under the sea over four million years ago.

In Dream River I was focusing on the playful nature of this image. The atmosphere felt lighthearted and I chose this title to inspire the imagination whilst capturing this perfect mirror image of a reflection.

My prints are a result of a process that combines ink and watercolour paintings onto Japanese Hodomuro paper together with monoprints created using hand cut paper stencils.

My ink paintings are produced as separate pieces specifically for my prints that express in abstract terms my feelings and memories of the place. The monoprints are more about the physical landscape and shapes. I photograph these and then layer them together digitally to form my prints.
Following a trip to China in 2018, I have created a new series of work inspired by the limestone mountains of Guanxi rising out of the Li and Yulong rivers in the south west of the country. I was trying to capture through colour and transformation the atmosphere and memory of the feeling I had for this extraordinary landscape that was under the sea over four million years ago.

In Dream River I was focusing on the playful nature of this image. The atmosphere felt lighthearted and I chose this title to inspire the imagination whilst capturing this perfect mirror image of a reflection.

My prints are a result of a process that combines ink and watercolour paintings onto Japanese Hodomuro paper together with monoprints created using hand cut paper stencils.

My ink paintings are produced as separate pieces specifically for my prints that express in abstract terms my feelings and memories of the place. The monoprints are more about the physical landscape and shapes. I photograph these and then layer them together digitally to form my prints.
Following a trip to China in 2018, I have created a new series of work inspired by the limestone mountains of Guanxi rising out of the Li and Yulong rivers in the south west of the country. I was trying to capture through colour and transformation the atmosphere and memory of the feeling I had for this extraordinary landscape that was under the sea over four million years ago.

In Dream River I was focusing on the playful nature of this image. The atmosphere felt lighthearted and I chose this title to inspire the imagination whilst capturing this perfect mirror image of a reflection.

My prints are a result of a process that combines ink and watercolour paintings onto Japanese Hodomuro paper together with monoprints created using hand cut paper stencils.

My ink paintings are produced as separate pieces specifically for my prints that express in abstract terms my feelings and memories of the place. The monoprints are more about the physical landscape and shapes. I photograph these and then layer them together digitally to form my prints.
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Dream River - Limited Edition of 25 Artwork

Hermione Carline

United Kingdom

Mixed Media, Photo on Paper

Size: 33.1 W x 23.4 H x 0.1 D in

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Following a trip to China in 2018, I have created a new series of work inspired by the limestone mountains of Guanxi rising out of the Li and Yulong rivers in the south west of the country. I was trying to capture through colour and transformation the atmosphere and memory of the feeling I had for this extraordinary landscape that was under the sea over four million years ago. In Dream River I was focusing on the playful nature of this image. The atmosphere felt lighthearted and I chose this title to inspire the imagination whilst capturing this perfect mirror image of a reflection. My prints are a result of a process that combines ink and watercolour paintings onto Japanese Hodomuro paper together with monoprints created using hand cut paper stencils. My ink paintings are produced as separate pieces specifically for my prints that express in abstract terms my feelings and memories of the place. The monoprints are more about the physical landscape and shapes. I photograph these and then layer them together digitally to form my prints.

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Mixed Media:Photo on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:25

Size:33.1 W x 23.4 H x 0.1 D in

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Hermione Carline is a multimedia artist creating works on paper, oil paintings and digital collage prints from her studio in London. She explores themes of light and transience, creating works that are drawn from memories of fleeting moments. Impermanence and ambiguity interest her and her way of translating ideas and memories has been to explore subjects through fragmentation of images using semi-opaque and transparent layers of colour. By imagining impossible spaces and landscapes in unreal colours, light and shadow, tension and balance are important qualities in her art practice. She creates work that has a three-dimensional quality that draws the viewer into the world of the picture itself. Hermione has taken much of her inspiration from her extensive travels in the Far East, becoming interested in the use of screening and light in Japanese architecture after her first trip to Japan. She is drawn to subjects of nature and architecture, the interplay of the outside and inside, where one world seems to morph into the other. There is an ephemeral quality where subjects can be seen simultaneously as windows and doors, trees merge into architectural structures, a setting caught in a moment of time as a form of fusion between time and space. Hermione was born into a family of artists and studied Fine Art at Camberwell School of Art followed by an MA in Textile Design at the Royal College of Art. She co-founded a textile company, The Collection, where her designs were sold to leading fashion houses including Pierre Cardin, Christian Dior, and Ralph Lauren. Hermione returned to painting in 2004, though her love of fabric and design shines on through her work. Presently she is in her third year of the artist led painting program at Turps Art School. She has also been involved in art education throughout her working life. As a visiting lecturer at Brighton College of Art, she was inspired to establish Art-Atelier in 1993, running classes for nurturing creativity, which continue successfully to this day. Hermione has won awards for her innovation and skill. She has completed collaborations with the Mayo Clinic and Claridge’s Hotel; she has exhibited widely and shown regularly with The Other Art Fair and the Affordable Art Fair. Her work can be found in private collections in the UK and overseas.

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