Want to kick off your 2021 with some colourful art and inspiration? Then you’ve come to the right place! January 20 we will open our first online art exhibition: Moving Forward. Moving Forward is an online artist collab between four international artists. Myself included, of course.
Next to some brand new botanical themed collages and a couple of new year-themed works in lucky red by me, this is what you can expect:
KICK 2021 OFF WITH AUSTRALIAN WATERCOLOURS BY BERENICE ALBRECHT
Berenice Albrecht is an Australian artist, mother and grandmother. Berenice is a watercolorist with a passion for ink line defnitions. She is retired and she is enjoying the freedom to make art. She finds inspiration in the colours and shapes of nature.
Berenice’s work is playful yet distinguished. It combines lush colours with distinctive black lines. I find her botanical drawings especially striking. And the good news is that our exhibition features seven of these beauties!
I am not going to spoil our artist collab by showing you her work here. Head over to our online art exhibition to find out what Berenice has painted from her garden during lockdown!
ALSO JOINING OUR ARTIST COLLAB: ENGLISH ARTIST CHARLOTTE JOHNSTON
Charlotte Johnston is a Scottish artist, living and working in England. She mostly works outside because she wants to be able to respond quickly to movement and light levels.
Her painting style is vivid and energetic and her colour combinations are ace! But painting isn’t her only talent, she can draw as well. With seeming ease she captures both indoor botanical glasshouse compositions and outdoor market scenes.
Our artist collab features several of Charlotte’s drawings, both in ink and in soft and oil pastel. Head over to our online exhibit now to join Charlotte on her artistic journey to a small island in the Indian Ocean.
SCULPTURAL PAINTING AT ITS BEST: MEET SCOTTISH ARTIST TONI HARROWER
Toni Harrower, a Scottish artist, makes sculptural paintings following a mathematical system and set procedures. She explores the physicality of paint in line with her interest in dementia. It makes her 3D paintings not only a sight for sore eyes but a sight for sore senses as well.
Toni alternates bright and primary colours with white, gold and black. Because of the many layers in her work it invites the viewer to associate freely and to make up his or her own story. For instance: Toni’s work has already reminded me of old maps of the world, the opening credits to Game of Thrones and royal icing on cakes.
So wait no longer, visit our online exhibit today and see for yourself what Toni’s art will make you experience!