Artist: Roberta Tetzner
Materials: quadriptych - (four canvas panels) mixed media on stretched canvas panels
Panels can be hung together or with a space
Dimensions: 81 (h) x 61 (w) x 2.3 (d) cm 32 (h) x 24 (w) x 1 (d) inches
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Roberta Tetzner 'Sunday'
Born in Hong Kong, Roberta Tetzner spent her childhood growing up in Amsterdam and the U.K. After leaving school she went on to study languages, before beginning her art training and studies at Wimbledon College of Art, London and Anglia College, Cambridge. Tetzner completed her education with an MA in Illustration and Editorial Design at Brighton University.
Tetzner’s work centres around the immediacy of a moment in the natural world, exploring what she sees within the fragment of a setting. More often than not this involves the allure of water within the landscape. This focus may resolve from a scene of a lake or river, with surrounding and sometimes abstracted flora and vegetation being worked into the composition using painterly organic shapes and forms. A dream-like and magical quality exists, in her depiction of known or remembered places that awaken feelings of serenity. With her love of the alchemy of paint, she often uses pastel blues and yellows, mixing it with other materials, such as inks, dusts, watercolour and pencil.
For further details about the artist and to view other works in the collection, click here for the artist's page.