Kate Evans & Anna King
8th April - 29th April
Kate Evans’s work uses delicate drawings and watercolour washes with large areas of negative space. This produces compositions that reflect the richness of the subject matter. Her work creates a feeling of isolation and space, which depicts the sheer wilderness of these locations.
Kate works in mixed media; using a combination of watercolour and pencil. This allows the freedom to produce different effects, playing with the transparency of the medium creating deep and layered imagery.
About her work Anna says:
‘My work explores the margins of landscape.
I work in oil paints on paper pasted onto board, drawing into the wet paint with pencil. This technique results in a deconstructed, sketch-like finished work; the smooth surface, fragility and fluidity of the mark making on paper echoing the temporary and peripheral nature of the places I paint.’
The private view for the exhibition is on Friday 7th April at 6.30pm – 8.30pm.