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Challenging boundaries

  I am a painter currently studying the remaining 2 months of a Masters degree in Arts Practice. For my artist statement visit; www.laurelberry.co.uk After working for a large majority of time this year on board/cardboard/board no bigger than a […]

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Painting

Big board. Sitting over it. Picking it up and moving it linseed oil – different liquidity – more engagement with materiality . Slips and slides you can feel more of a connection between the brush, paint and board. Physicaly it […]

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Laurel Berry

Artist and and co-organiser of The Immediacy of Paint; The Role of Painting in the Digital Age.

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Why bother?

Why this, why bother? I remember during a tutorial at art college a while back, a ‘pure painter’ tutor uttering those rather cruel and devastating words…’why bother?’. I decided to take this as a deliberate and provocative stance to test […]

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A Q&A with… Bridget Riley, painter

De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea is currently showing Bridget Riley: The Curve Paintings 1961-2014, featuring more than 30 paintings and studies. Dany Louise takes a tour of the show with Riley and finds out more about her approach to painting and abstraction.

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Grounded

  • Archive
  • Venue:
    Transition Gallery
  • From:
    July 25, 2015
  • To:
    August 16, 2015
  • Location:
    London
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Today in the studio

Today in the studio, a bit on the cold side…no central heating. I’ve also been given some sand from a middle-eastern dessert. Not decided what I’m going to use it for yet. Presumably something rich in meaning and conceptual etc.

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Reflection on current materials

There’s something really powerful about being impulsive or spontaneous. My practice seems to rely on impulsivity, rarely is a recent work pre-planned. There’s something interesting about pulling whatever material seems to be in front of me, like a take away […]

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Painting continued

Still painting; it has something to do with the time of year, when there is colour about. Painting makes me anxious; I feel overwhelmed at times by the theory and discourse around painting; is it ok to paint? what does […]

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Preview Photos from ‘A Question of Landscape’ Show

Last Friday’s preview was a mix of great company alongside a compelling display of ‘New Generation Landscape Art’ allowing viewers to explore the complexities of interpreting landscape and the world we live in. My new solo show ‘A Question of […]

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International Cover-Up

Oil Pastel, Pencil, Felt Tip, Emulsion, Oil and Watercolour on Canvas 59 x 90 x 4.5 March 2015   There is almost always a painting once considered finished underneath my works. They have been painted over. Sometimes completely, sometimes enough […]

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Painting

As I may have said before, now and again I feel drawn towards painting and for a long time I have wanted to work with wax – I remember making a wax house during my BA which is a long […]

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Themes Running Through My Recent Work

I make paintings that reference pictorial qualities associated with landscapes and sometimes portraits, but with no conscious intension to do so. They all seem like simplified versions of something else, or partially covered versions. I’m interested in surface tension, build […]

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