by Hen Coleman
This monochrome etching with chine collé, made in the RA Schools, depicts a layered natural form in a transformed state.
|Dimensions||70.5 x 57cm|
|Fabric & material||Etching|
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Coleman’s imagery celebrates nature alongside an underlying preoccupation with human behaviour, responses and memory. Her use of certain repeated motifs and marks throughout her practice hint at the examination of nature in close-up; water and foliage are often suggested in works which have a sense of ‘ordered chaos’ about them. Chine Collé, a collage technique which uses thin pieces of Japanese paper, adds a further subtle dimension to the monochrome palette of this print.
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About Hen Coleman
Hen Coleman is a British artist based in Oxfordshire and London and is currently a printmaking tutor at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Coleman studied at the Royal College of Art where she received a Masters. Her work has featured in exhibitions in several London galleries and can also be found in private and public collections in the UK and America.
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