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Lynda Marwood

Elements: wood metal

The territory Lynda Marwood engages with is a place where the viewer is invited to form their own conclusions and interpretations.  Lynda uses improvisation and a spontaneous approach to explore the possibilities which lie before her: this involves pushing and pulling of the physical and metaphorical elements into tensions and harmonies which will lead to a conclusion.  She translates her experience of being alive in the environment, a process which involves taking mental and physical notes which she feels is as much unconscious as it is conscious. Contemplative observation of the developing images is as important as the physical application of the media to Lynda.  Hers is a working process which involves daily practice and engagement.

The method offers a different physicality, tearing and stripping back to construct layers and boundaries. The physicality of application, scraping back, erasing and forming are at once reductive, additive and organic in nature. Previously discarded materials combine with other media to create new possibilities and perspectives.  These works create a new dialogue and push the boundaries of traditional art making. This process is a place of subconscious contemplation and these intimate pieces capture moments of beauty that are "imperfect, impermanent and incomplete".

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