Fiona de Bulat, Joanna Hyslop, Molly Okell

3 August - 3 September 2023

Private View

Saturday 12 August 4-7 pm

This show presents three women artists who are in their own different ways looking at colour and structure.

As a colourist and printmaker Fiona de Bulat looks at the organic forms, layers of saturations and transparency to achieve nature inspired abstract tableaux and themes related to the memory of places, past and forgotten. These reflect both the natural and imagined environments, through human experience and interaction. Her work focuses on techniques which produce a unique or one-off piece of work through the medium of printmaking.

The intimate and distant coexist in Joanna Hyslop's paintings. Patterns obtained through touch, by taking prints from her own palm, offer something distinctly personal, yet universal. She is a painter experimenting with the physicality of paint in new possibilities, reaching pure abstraction.

Molly Okell is a printmaker and sculptor playing with systematic structures and their tensions with free forms, using linocut, lithography, etching, drypoint, collage and steel. She combines multiple techniques on paper to make monotypes. Her practice is focused in maintaining a continuous conversation between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional, and her sculptures are often exhibited together with her prints, a dialogue also reflected in the current exhibition.

All three artists live and work in Thanet.
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