Flashe on aluminum panel
Dimensions: 30.4cm (H) x 22.8cm (W) / 12" (H) x 9" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Elizabeth Gourlay uses a wide range of media such as oil, flashe, acrylic, ink and graphite to create artfully simple and strong compositions.
Gourlay thinks of her work as a meditation on colours, lines and forms, leading to a complex network of shifting shapes and colours. "The shapes and lines create my own vocabulary of abstract forms."
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Artists to Follow if You Like Mark RothkoMark Rothko comes from a generation of 20th-century artists who revolutionised abstract art in the 1950s. Like many artists of the modern art era, he did not exclusively adhere to a singular art style; his early works saw his artistic expression move through urban scenery, figuration, and surrealism before entering the world of abstraction. The 1940s marked his transition into abstract art, visually eliminating representational interpretation in his artistic expression. Rothko eventually developed his iconic style of colour field paintings, which depicted large planes of flat solid colour across a surface. Although the art style faced a decline in the 1960s, Mark Rothko's essence and colour field paintings continue to live on through contemporary artists. This week, The Artling has put together a series of artworks by artists who continue developing and conveying the expressive potential of colour in their artworks. Debra Ramsay
March 09, 2021
Based in: Chester
Elizabeth Gourlay is an American abstract artist whose work emerges from a progressive process of layering colour, lines and forms, informed both by inner emotional states and her observation of nature and architecture.
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