The Parting by Jane Harris
The Parting, Jane Harris’ first printed artwork, features a double reversed emboss and bears the signature qualities of her paintings – elliptical forms, mirroring pairs and boldly luminous colour.
Produced in a limited edition of 30, each print is signed and numbered by the artist.
|Dimensions||57 x 76cm|
|Fabric & material||Screenprint & Embossing|
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Modernist minimalism and complex decoration set up a daring counterpoint in a work art critic Barry Schwabsky dubs ‘Rococo minimalism’ for its use of two different artistic positions.
Jane Harris’s first printed art work has a double reversed emboss, and bears the signature qualities of her paintings – elliptical forms, mirroring pairs, and boldly luminous colour. Its multiple crossovers create a seductive dynamism.
All proceeds from the sale of RA Editions prints go directly to support the RA Schools.
Contemporary British painter Jane Harris is known for using the ellipse as a recurring motif in her paintings and works on paper. A geometric form, the ellipse can be perceived simultaneously as a flat shape on the picture surface and a circle in perspective, creating formal and spatial ambiguities. These ever-changing relationships between surface, light, form and space have been a preoccupation for over 30 years. Through her meticulous process, she creates intense and seductive works that have been poetically termed as ‘Rococo Minimalism’.
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