Tania Rutland

Joined Artfinder: Oct. 2013

Artworks for sale: 9

United Kingdom

About Tania Rutland

 
 
  • Biography

    My work is concerned with the push and pull between representation and abstraction found in a particular type of landscape. The selective elements and the appropriation of these within the landscape are what define my paintings in such a way.

     

    It is an abstracted view of nature, in a humanized countryside that I want to capture, a sense of looking at something close up and yet far away.

     

    Pattern and repetition has always held a major preoccupation for me in my art. That said I realize a ‘grid’ or repetitious marks can emphasise the ‘anti – natural’ and so is somewhat of a paradox within ‘landscape’ painting. However, it is precisely this what I find fascinating and wanting to explore further.


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  • Education

    1989 - 1991

    Royal College of Art

    1986 - 1989

    West Surrey College of Art And Design

    1985 - 1986

    Camberwell College of Arts And Crafts

  • Upcoming Events

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    Previous events

    Event: Affordable Art Fair London

    Dates: Oct. 24, 2013 - Oct. 27, 2013

    Venue: The Affordable Art Fair, London

    Affordable Art Fair, London

    Event: Affordable Art Fair Stockholm

    Dates: Oct. 3, 2013 - Oct. 6, 2013

    Venue: Affordable Art Fair, Stockholm

    Affordable Art Fair Stockholm

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Education

1989 - 1991

Royal College of Art

1986 - 1989

West Surrey College of Art And Design

1985 - 1986

Camberwell College of Arts And Crafts


There are no upcoming events

Show previous eventsHide previous events

Previous events

Event: Affordable Art Fair London

Dates: Oct. 24, 2013 - Oct. 27, 2013

Venue: The Affordable Art Fair, London

Affordable Art Fair, London

Event: Affordable Art Fair Stockholm

Dates: Oct. 3, 2013 - Oct. 6, 2013

Venue: Affordable Art Fair, Stockholm

Affordable Art Fair Stockholm


 

Biography


My work is concerned with the push and pull between representation and abstraction found in a particular type of landscape. The selective elements and the appropriation of these within the landscape are what define my paintings in such a way.

 

It is an abstracted view of nature, in a humanized countryside that I want to capture, a sense of looking at something close up and yet far away.

 

Pattern and repetition has always held a major preoccupation for me in my art. That said I realize a ‘grid’ or repetitious marks can emphasise the ‘anti – natural’ and so is somewhat of a paradox within ‘landscape’ painting. However, it is precisely this what I find fascinating and wanting to explore further.


 
 
 
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