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  🌳 2 trees planted for each artwork sold 🌳
10% off full price items code: TREE10
15% off $695+ code: TREE15
20% off $1,100+ code: TREE20
Ends 5th December  · Terms
  🌳 2 trees planted for each artwork sold 🌳
10% off full price items code: TREE10
15% off $695+ code: TREE15
20% off $1,100+ code: TREE20
Ends 5th December  · Terms

Meg Wroe

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2017

Artworks for sale: 9

United Kingdom

About Meg Wroe

 
 
  • Biography

    My paintings reflect the way colours like music, evoke more than words;   I like the place where one colour meets another - the language of paint on canvas.  Through my work I want to capture a moment and a feeling about a place or person. I mostly work in oil paint, but also use acrylic and make sketches in watercolours and oil pastels. I like to paint on canvas or on wood – which I carve into to form texture and depth.  I have always been drawn to found objects and sometimes paint on found surfaces, using mixed media/collage and photo-transfers.  

    I find inspiration by walking around - noticing colours, texture and light in the urban landscape – the glow of chimney stacks in the evening sun, or burst of vibrant green moss on an old wall.  My favourite artists are too many to name, but Im constantly drawn back to the  Abstract Expressionist painters – Mark Rothko, Clifford Still,  Helen Frankenthaler and more recently the work of Sean Scully.

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Biography

My paintings reflect the way colours like music, evoke more than words;   I like the place where one colour meets another - the language of paint on canvas.  Through my work I want to capture a moment and a feeling about a place or person. I mostly work in oil paint, but also use acrylic and make sketches in watercolours and oil pastels. I like to paint on canvas or on wood – which I carve into to form texture and depth.  I have always been drawn to found objects and sometimes paint on found surfaces, using mixed media/collage and photo-transfers.  

I find inspiration by walking around - noticing colours, texture and light in the urban landscape – the glow of chimney stacks in the evening sun, or burst of vibrant green moss on an old wall.  My favourite artists are too many to name, but Im constantly drawn back to the  Abstract Expressionist painters – Mark Rothko, Clifford Still,  Helen Frankenthaler and more recently the work of Sean Scully.

 
 
 
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