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I was inspired by landscape and patterns. I experiment with a variation of paint to build up my paintings. I overlay layers of paint, to build up the pictorial space. This creates glimpses of spaces and things half shown, suggested. I use layers of paint with different strokes with dots, lines and shapes, creating an ambiguous space. The image is then worked and re-worked until the image is “found”. Only when a balance and integration is achieved I feel that the painting is finished.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
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Ingvill Gaarder born 1973, studied fine art painting, illustration, media art and photography at Kunstskolen i Bergen (Norway), University of Houston (USA) and Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London (UK) achieving a Bachelor and a Master's degree. Her work has been exhibited by various galleries in Norway and overseas in the UK, Iceland, Germany, France and the US. "During the process of painting I attempt to document physical and psychological presence, investigating and experimenting with the communicative function of colour, pattern and form and exploring how these interact. They are a combination of chance and deliberation, functioning as an experimentation and composition of mark making which create gateways into suggesting both a physical and emotional energy in the course of making the work. The starting point of each painting is inspired from a wide area of landscapes, architecture and interiors which will inform the course of painting. I believe that art has the ability to communicate and transform and I look at my work and process as a personal expression of the unconscious, dreams and the immediate emotional. Using mark making to create rhythm, I often use a variation of bold colours to build my paintings. Creating abstract shapes and patterns attempting to make an ambiguous space. The image is then worked and re-worked until the image is “found”. Only when a balance and integration is achieved I feel that the painting is finished.
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