Open: 25 February – 4 March 2021
Meet the Artist: Saturday 27th February, 11am – 4pm
Through paint, Evi continues to explore the use of dominant abstract shapes, although the compositions she presents are broadly suggestive of earthly forms – animal, plant or constructed. The creatures she depicts, and the scenes that she relays are symbolic of people, places and scenes that have left their mark – and
this afords her an intimacy with her subjects that infuses the images with emotional resonance.
In this body of work Evi investigates light and dark sides of big matters. In physical forms, natural and man-made monoliths help identify our place in the universe. In abstract forms, beliefs and cultures rationalise our existence.
Retelling of human history and observations of current issues are conveyed through compositions of abstract shapes, using colours to inform energy. Scenes and characters are symbolised through recurring abstract forms of objects, buildings, animals and nature. In an innocent manner, ideas, questions and concerns are expressed, in pursuit of honest answers.
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