Abstract Art

Abstract Art


abstract art

Parcourir le Labyrinthe de Chartres: 28 x 30cm screen printed circles of Moulin de Larroque paper displayed in 4 x 7



Creating abstract art that represents feelings and emotions through colour and gesture.

I’m interested in broken grids, nature, mythology and spirituality, and read, write, walk and photograph to feed my creative life.

Exploring what’s ‘visible, invisible and veiled’, I paint and print, working with acrylics and oils and use paper, canvas, linen and flax threads.  This theme is evolving to encompass ideas of pathways, mindfulness, otherness and ‘the turn’, following my experiences of visiting Chartres and walking the labyrinth.

My latest work can be seen in my Gallery.



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Travels with my scarf


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Some of my artworks are transformed into stunning digitally printed silk scarves, made in England, so you can take an abstract artwork on your travels, wherever you are and wherever you go!


Take a look at my scarves …  and join Augusta on her travels


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Sevenoaks Visual Arts Forum is facilitated by Rosalind Barker and Susan Evans, who run  The KCC Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery as an artist led space, with members of SVAF.