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'Shadows' Paintings


". . her dramas derive not from screams and skulls but from well-judged intervals and directions, from contrasts of mass and shape, and from colour which is not descriptive but which is used to define space.


It is the shape and placing of things, not their names, which tell the pictorial story, and this artist knows well that just as important to this story are the presences of those pictorial shapes with no names, bits of wall, sky and floor caught between foreground objects.  She knows better, we feel, than to think of these elements in a painting by the familiar description 'negative shapes'."

Colin Hayes R.A., Artist and Art Historian

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