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Lotte Oldfield

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Artwork for Lotte Oldfield

'View from High Ground'. 50 x 99 cm. Acrylic on canvas.

'The Coming of Snow'. Triptych.

'Rain Study II'. 18 x 21cm. Oil on board.

'Equilibrium'. 50 x 50cm. Acrylic on canvas.

'Ascension'. 100 x 100 cm Mixed media on canvas.

Sketchbook page.

‘Summer Meditation’. 24 x 30 cm. Oil paint on canvas board.

A selection of my paintings in my studio.

How would you describe the work you do and why?: 

I currently make semi-abstract, paintings and drawings inspired by landscape and the natural world.

For you what does being an artist mean?: 

In my work I am interested in capturing the beauty or essence of a landscape, feeling or moment. Often the paintings are an invitation to briefly pause and reflect in an increasingly busy and digitised world. I walk daily and sketch and draw regularly but my paintings are not directly taken from life. Back in the studio I make art intuitively that ‘is’ rather than is ‘of’, and by that I mean the paintings are an emotional response to how I feel about a place and not an attempt to directly replicate what I see. My work is my chosen way of communicating the beauty that is around me.

Describe what you call yourself/your practice?: 

I am an emerging, contemporary British painter.

Exhibitions in the last 3 years: 

My gallery debut was in the group show 'Hidden Gems' with Gallery at Home, Usk. And I have a forthcoming show there this Autumn with 4 others called 'Elemental'.

Your gallery outlets/stockists: 

My work is available direct through my website www.lotteoldfield.com and through galleries when my work is showing with them.

Venues Description: 
Art @Warehouse 701, Venue 10
Venues Confirmed: 

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