Ann Marie Webb – MFA Graduate, 2014

Anne Marie Webb, Minding the Stone, acrylic oil and enamel on canvas 165x198 cms

Anne Marie Webb, Minding the Stone, acrylic oil and enamel on canvas 165×198 cms

When I start to paint I don’t think of the piece as an image. I start through action, fighting against the edge towards the centre. I have a compulsion to see beyond the frame – figure and ground are equal. By layering movement through the physicality of paint, a space forms. The frame becomes a fixer or locus for a particular perspective.  Abstraction is for me a language of reality, which acts on a subatomic level, not fixed through a namable form but one that goes beneath what we see.   The image is complete when the image floats and becomes unfixed.

Anne Marie Webb, Nocturne, oil and enamel on board, 25x31 cms

Anne Marie Webb, Nocturne, oil and enamel on board, 25×31 cms

Anne Marie Webb, Untitled, acrylic oil and enamel on canvas, 70x100 cms

Anne Marie Webb, Untitled, acrylic oil and enamel on canvas, 70×100 cms

Anne Marie Webb, Tempered, acrylic, oil and enamel on canvas, 244x165 cms

Anne Marie Webb, Tempered, acrylic, oil and enamel on canvas, 244×165 cms

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