Marshland

15th October-7th November 2021

Cameron Contemporary Art
1 Victoria Grove
2nd Avenue
Brighton and Hove
BN3 2LJ

Paintings, drawings, prints and poetry by Victoria Kiff

 

The exhibition will include a new collection of artworks that correlate with waterways as fundamental to light, colour, emotion and the placement of figuration.

 

The artworks are often preoccupied with ‘The sense of Self’, in many of its varied forms and fragile perspectives.

 

The Marshland has long been a focus and inspiration to create the depths of colour and composition in the work. Which has resolved in relocating to Rye, East Sussex drawing inspiration from the surrounding areas of Sussex and Kent within the wilderness of marshes, rivers and coastline.

 

There is an overall sense of longing especially in the figurative works, it's an endless search for lost identities that are devoid of place and time. The vision evolves to its entirety through the many disengaged strands, as in painting and poetry, the visual layers when placed together, have no destination.

Destiny and chance have an important role in the outcome of the progression, from observation and invention to the uninterrupted stream of consciousness.

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Dengemarsh 
Oil on canvas 65 x 55 cm

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The Hand Paces
Oil on linen
35 x 45 cm

Opening 30th March 2019

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Labyrinthine

Oil on linen

65 x 75 cm

Cameron Contemporary Art
1 Victoria Grove
2nd Avenue
Brighton and Hove
BN3 2LJ