Lot 11 - Claire Cansick - Vent III
Charcoal on Paper
Signed on Verso
I'm a landscape painter living and working near Norwich in Norfolk making work which looks at trees, subdued and melancholic moments and, obversely, extreme weather events. I utilise colour to express emotive responses within the boundaries of a limited colour palette of four colours. This year I have been making a project on weather events caused by climate change, which I will be exhibiting it in its entirely in 2023. A member of The Arborealists and ArtCan I exhibit widely across the UK and this year had two works in Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2022.
NUA Fine Art BA 1996
A Sense of Place, Bermondsey Project Space, London December 2022
The Architecture of Trees, Gallery East, Woodbridge December 2022
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2022
Sir John Hurt Art Prize 2021
Jacksons Painting Prize 2019
Gallery East Woodbridge, Suffolk
Contemporary & Country, Norfolk
Chappel Galleries, Essex
Rise Art, online
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
A recent revived fascination with volcanos came from seeing the Fire of Love film this summer; their unexpected beauty, remoteness and power makes me feel a profound connection to nature. These four postcard paintings are immediate experimental pieces made with a limited palette of oils and directional brush marks, which have lead onto larger works in progress.
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