Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 40.7cm (H) x 50.8cm (W) / 16" (H) x 20" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This fluid abstract work on canvas is intuitively made with acrylic.
The intersecting multi-layered forms create richly worked surfaces that refer neither to narrative nor image but develop out of the discourse and physicality of the painting process.
They are influenced by the edge and the grid of the two-dimensional picture plane and evoke the liminal space between sensation and memory.
Margaret Neill is an American abstract artist from Ohio, who uses a variety of mediums to create lyrical, gestural imagery informed by curves and non-representational shapes and forms. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Neill's work is featured in various museums as well as various international and corporate collections, including The Museum of Modern Art Library, Martin Brest, LA, and the U.S. State Department.
Neill has exhibited her paintings and drawings widely in many solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries nationally.
Neill's work has been widely published, and she has been featured on blogs, TV shows, and radio programs, and extensively written about in the press.
Based in: Brooklyn
Margaret Neill is an American abstract artist from Ohio, using a variety of mediums to create lyrical, gestural imagery informed by curves and non-representational shapes and forms.
Neill creates works on canvas, linen and paper using a variety of mediums, including graphite, colored pencil, charcoal and paint. Her process involves an intuitive marking of the surface resulting in continuous, interwound lines and squiggled geometric formations.
The work references many of the qualities of Lyrical Abstraction. Her process is instinctive and non-representational. The work transcends objective interpretation, instead inviting the viewer to participate through the work in an exploration of the artist's relationship with time and space. As gestural interactions with moments in a particular location, Neill's works serve almost as surrogate memories, visceral relics of a moment in space and time.
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