This series explores small rectangle scale compositions. I enjoyed the compound sense of minimalism at this scale. Some of them are related to each other as a polyptych but mostly they are individual landscape presentations.
I use layered colours to create intricate spaces with a poetic sense. The additional drawing with polychromos (permanent lead) pencils lends a playful feeling into the compositions.
“Her work interprets Japan’s native nature aesthetic, which colours her perspective with its placement of nature at the centre of its philosophy. Specifically, she is influenced by Shintoism and Zen Buddhism, the latter teaching the beauty of imperfection in nature which is an important part of her aesthetic.
– Zoe Harrington, freelance writer / former editor of Sculpture + Enemies”