Adrienne Bryne studied Art and Design at St. Martins in London and then completed a post-graduate degree in Photography at St. Martins.
Adrienne paints in oils on canvas or linen and sometimes on silk or wood. Her latest works are abstract paintings suggesting land and seascapes. "I like the image to form itself as I start to work and build up layers of colour and shade. I am interested in painting in a seamless way avoiding lines and edges and even brush strokes. Lines and edges define things and influence how we perceive them so I like to remove any lines and edges by merging colour and form and so make suggestions to the viewer that might trigger a memory or feeling of somewhere or something." This smooth, seamlessness suggests a transience and fluidity recalling air, skies, or memories that can be caught and held for our gaze. The work is about potential expressed in a non-verbal language and because it is not prescriptive it is more open to allowing our own creative and emotional interpretation.
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