The sleek, even, coloured surfaces are painted delicately so that they are free of gestural brush strokes, and fields of saturated clean-edged colour appear to float on the surface of the wall. A rear wall fitting is attached so that the sculpture floats just off the wall and creates a slight underlying shadow.
MDF and paint
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Original work of art
136 x 110 cm
Laura Jane Scott’s desire for formal simplicity through geometric form and striking use of colour has enabled her to produce a body of work where painting explores a model of architectural form and where the colour literally embodies a physical structure. The resulting work is a hybrid of painting and sculpture; a refined visual vocabulary of form and colour.