Diane C.Frost and Aurélie Fréoua are two London dependent artists functioning in various medium and variations.
Diane C.Frost is a printmaker functioning with ink and paper to convey herself, staying also a linguist and author. Aurélie Fréoua dives in shade in abstract expressionists artworks.
They are at this time artists in residence at the WWT London Wetland Centre, a haven of tranquility for equally wildlife and folks, and have been doing work on “Fragments of Nature”, a web-site-precise exhibition, drawing inspiration from the landscape in order to take a look at, through the medium of art, the link between character and our effectively-being. Their aim is to illustrate by way of art ‘fragments’ how we are section of character and why we will need nature to really feel complete and connected.
Their collaboration has been an extreme 6 months of exploration, competencies swapping and joint danger-using as they have “borrowed” a very little from each and every other exercise in buy to current a body of perform that is both clean and experimental, whilst retaining their unique hallmark.
Aurelie’s abstracted landscapes, bursting with colors, and Diane‘s experimental cyanotypes, immersed in the waterscape, are an invitation to investigate the top secret magnificence of character.
Their operate is now on view in an exhibition staged in numerous spots in the beautiful Wetland Centre galleries, overlooking the pure reserve and responding to the character outdoors.
“The inspiration for this collection arrives from character of study course, but over all from the bodily and psychological influence that nature has on us. When the first two are an evocation or observation of character, the final two are an illustration of really physical and concrete sensations, as indicated by the titles: “The chilly wind in my hair” and “The crackling of frost underfoot ”. The intent of my get the job done is to highlight our link to character and the impact this link has on our mental and physical properly-getting.” says Diane.
“Through my function, I check out to dilemma and study the idea of invisible. My intention is to capture the quick, extract the poetry and transcribe the indefinable and implicit thoughts by giving them a visual dimension, a form, a colour, a motion, a course and by actively playing with contrasts and light-weight. Our precious thoughts grow to be obvious, virtually palpable and their intensity can continue to be alive” says Aurelie
WWT London, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, London, SW13 9WT
“Fragments of Nature” – 1st of June till 31st of August 2021. 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, just about every day. No cost entry to the exhibit. Non-public Check out on Thursday 24th of June from 3pm to 7pm.
Contacts : Diane C.Frost and Aurélie Fréoua