Harriet Liddell Foster is a British contemporary abstract artist who predominantly paints on canvas but is known for venturing into other mediums. Interested in creating a juxtaposition on and off the canvas, she tries to push the boundaries of a canvas and resist being restricted by a rectangle or a box, allowing herself to think outside and inside of it. Foster studied Fine Art at the University of the West of England, Bristol, where she was awarded a First-Class honors degree. Upon completing her studies, she was awarded a fellowship with Spike Island Gallery for a year. The artist also undertook Erasmus studies in Berlin at Universität der Künste Berlin.
Featured image: Harriet Liddell Foster - Red,
2020 (detail). Oil paint, acrylic paint, oil pastel and wall filler on canvas. 39
37/100 × 78 37/50 × 2 in. 100 × 200 × 5.1 cm. This is a unique work. Photo
courtesy Whistler Contemporary