Artist: Lorraine Molins
Title: 'Z House'
Materials: oil and charcoal on stretched canvas
Dimensions: 56 (h) x 50 (w) cm / 22 (h) x 19.7 (w) inches
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Lorraine Molins 'Z House'
Lorraine Molins lives and works in London. She studied at Chelsea School of Art (1971-1975) and at Goldsmiths College, University of London (1975-1976). Her vibrant gestural abstractions informed by the rhythms of jazz music use bold colour, sweeping form and line to explore the visual, tactile, spatial and auditory sensations that make up human sensory experience. Molins’ practice involves cataloguing her visual responses to colour and line in both the man-made and natural worlds: a painting might begin as a response to a single colour, a tree, the sea, a particular characteristic of the weather; or equally the visual excitement of theatrical lighting, a building, the movement of bodies in crowds or cars on the motorway; responses which are later transferred into paint on canvas.
For further details about the artist and to view other works from the collection click here for the artist's page.