The abstract artist and art writer Steven Alexander wrote about Margaret Neill on his blog, The Steven Alexander Journal, in 2009, saying about her work:
"The images are simple curves and intersecting geometries, fragments of infinite configurations that form focused interactions of light and dark -- an elegant fusion of physicality and grace...Explorations of intersecting archetypal shapes -- arcs, elipses, circles -- these works are beautifully direct and sensuous. Their configurations are at once primal and analytical, the products of a highly focused painter's engagement with her materials, with the discipline of drawing, and with the world."
This fluid abstract painting is intuitively made with a loaded brush graphite and acrylic on linen.
The intersecting multi-layered forms create richly worked surfaces that refer neither to narrative or image but develop out of the discourse and physicality of the painting process.
They are influenced by the edge and the grid of the two dimensional picture plane and evoke the liminal space between sensation and memory.
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About The Artist
Margaret Neill is an American contemporary artist born in Ohio in 1956. She is best known for her abstract paintings and drawings inspired by curves and lines.Read More
About The Gallery
160 FERNHEAD ROAD,
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