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"Dabs drips dobs d ashes delicious dribbles define demarcate designated areas of splashy space s drags drawn splatter wipes washes\, whispery willow like lines\, create a strange and moody menacing moment/s in a space/s deep yet shallow\, inform al confident casual sensitive with beautiful passages of liquid lagoon ligh t\, nervous flurries of brushwork pink skids turquoise twiddles white pulls composed\, construct an other space."
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Wyer Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit ion of new paintings by Annabel Emson. An Other Space opens with a pri vate view on Thursday 20th November 2008
\n< div class="style142"> Teetering on the edge of abstra ction and representation\, Emson’s paintings reflect the patterns that aris e naturally in the structure of the world around us. However\, despite draw ing inspiration from both the natural and manmade environment\, she does no t depict recognizable landscapes in existence somewhere but\, working intui tively and spontaneously from memory\, alludes to some less tangible or fle eting place or space\, rooted in memory perhaps but which has become someth ing other\, independent\, self-determining and lawless.\n
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Her paintings seem to reflect a joy taken in the physicality of pain ting as well as paint’s material possibilities. She plays with juxtapositio n of colour\, its temperature\, intensity and emotional pitch\; the manner and form of the application of paint and the part played by rhythm and soun d\, both in the process of painting itself and the form and structure of vi sual composition. This experimentation with the language and application of paint has lead to an ostensibly disparate note in a collection of canvases that differ in scale and style and where abstract works containing broad\, energetic or gestural brushwork sit alongside others in which more conside red figurative ideas have worked their way in alongside layers of abstracti on to suggest a narrative or something more descriptive. \n
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Howeve r diverse at times\, the works are linked to each other by an index of recu rring motifs and images\, referencing and building upon each other as part of an extended conversation. Reduced to their core\, these are paintings ab out their process and each work a consequence of a new question that is und erstood most fully in its relation to its counterparts.
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Emson graduated with an MFA in painting from the Slade School of Art in 2 006 and before that Chelsea College of Art\, London. She h as shown with Kenny Schacter and IBID Projects in London\; oversees\, she has shown at Art Cologne\, with Ga llery Gymurznska\, Zurich and at the Cast ellon Museum\, Spain\, where she was short listed for the Castelló n Museum Painting Prize 2006. Her work has sold at auction through Sothebys and is in private and corporate collections international ly.
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Annabel Emson\, by Bruce McLean\, November 2008
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\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nWyer Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibiti on of new paintings by Annabel Emson. An Other Space opens with a priv ate view on Thursday 20th November 2008 \n\n\n\n\n\n Teetering on the edge of abstrac tion and representation\, Emson’s paintings reflect the patterns that arise naturally in the structure of the world around us. However\, despite drawi ng inspiration from both the natural and manmade environment\, she does not depict recognizable landscapes in existence somewhere but\, working intuit ively and spontaneously from memory\, alludes to some less tangible or flee ting place or space\, rooted in memory perhaps but which has become somethi ng other\, independent\, self-determining and lawless.\n\ n\n\n\n\n\n
Her paintings seem to reflect a joy taken in the physicality of paint ing as well as paint’s material possibilities. She plays with juxtaposition of colour\, its temperature\, intensity and emotional pitch\; the manner a nd form of the application of paint and the part played by rhythm and sound \, both in the process of painting itself and the form and structure of vis ual composition. This experimentation with the language and application of paint has lead to an ostensibly disparate note in a collection of canvases that differ in scale and style and where abstract works containing broad\, energetic or gestural brushwork sit alongside others in which more consider ed figurative ideas have worked their way in alongside layers of abstractio n to suggest a narrative or something more descriptive.
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However diverse at times\, the works are linked to each other by an index of recur ring motifs and images\, referencing and building upon each other as part o f an extended conversation. Reduced to their core\, these are paintings abo ut their process and each work a consequence of a new question that is unde rstood most fully in its relation to its counterparts.
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Emson graduated with an MFA in painting from the Slade School of Art in 20 06 and before that Chelsea College of Art\, London. She ha s shown with Kenny Schacter and IBID Projects in London\; oversees\, she has shown at Art Cologne\, with Gal lery Gymurznska\, Zurich and at the Caste llon Museum\, Spain\, where she was short listed for the Castellón Museum Painting Prize 2006. Her work has sold at auction through S othebys and is in private and corporate collections internationall y.
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