Mary Romer Greenfield

I see Abstract painting as a life-long process, involving as it does contemplation, reflection and production.

My chosen way of working inevitably leads to a certain complexity of content that reveals itself with time and familiarity. The paintings do not simply record what is seen, but also what might be perceived by the inner eye. With the interplay of colour and forms they represent sensations and tensions that are not immediately visible.

My paintings are also about the materiality of the medium. I use thin glazes as well as thick impasto. I enjoy the  process of pushing and pulling colour across the surface of the canvas, creating overlapping forms representing layers of memory.
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