Collage, mixed media, satin varnish on wooden panel
Dimensions: 51cm (H) x 76cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 20.1" (H) x 29.9" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
SO MUCH SPOKEN
SO LITTLE SAID
TOO MUCH NEVER HEARD
This is an experiment using multiple layers of collage on a wooden panel and then cutting back through them. It is sealed with several layers of satin varnish.
Based in: Tewkesbury
b 1971 Bristol
“The words are a combination of an overheard or imagined narrative, my personal state of mind, the world around me, and all the things between that are hard to label.”
Self-taught artist Niki Hare’s word paintings are first and foremost about giving shape to emotions that can be hard to express in daily life. The work is highly personal, and even when, at times, the words are buried underneath one another, the important thing, according to the artist, is that they have been said. Hare’s unique use of color, transparency and layering is emblematic of her ambition to create a new visual language. The often vibrant works convey a sense of depth and movement, some words stand out, some fade to the back, creating a second narrative, that takes places in the interplay between the words, extending far beyond their individual meaning.
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