Untitled (jive) Painting by Anna McNeil

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Painting: Oil on Paper.

My paintings explore the limits between abstraction and representation to investigate how we form perceptions.

I am fascinated by how our constantly changing points of view affect how we interpret both the painted imagery and our own experience, which in turn forms our identity.

I aim to investigate visual relationships through my painting practice, including suggestions of representation or playing with abstractions unfolding through the process of making the work.

Through allowing a narrative ambiguity in my paintings, I am interested in reflecting how our perception and our memory are dynamic, creative processes and how meaning, in a representational sense, is constantly manipulated by contemporary perspectives.

My work has been focused on considering different levels of the memory process, both the manipulated representational narrative and abstract concepts of implicit memory.

Themes evoked by my paintings include intimacy, unity and isolation in human relationships


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Untitled (jive)

Anna McNeil

United Kingdom

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Size: 13.1 W x 16.3 H x 0 in

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