Susanne Barrett

Barrett’s abstract paintings explore the emotional consequences of everyday life, evolving intuitively as a result of day-to-day occurrences. Line-work, collage, texture and colour are essential elements and her use of colour and mark-making draw the viewer in, reminiscent of landscapes seen or felt.

She achieves this effect in both her abstract and impressionist works by layering colour and texture continuously throughout the painting process. Eventually, after layers of rich glazes, bold strokes, symbols and marks, some semblance of a landscape once visited may appear and Barrett follows that path in bringing the painting to a conclusion, producing evocative fluid artworks

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