"This work is purely conceptual, emerging by visualizing images in a Zen moment of shifting patterns in various formations and colours from the banks of my mind, including abstract titles, which have no meaning at all. In planning the work, I look for a challenge, which requires a solution, by recreating and reconstructing, and testing the boundaries of the composition to see how far a form, color combination, or pattern can be extended before it collapses. What I deeply enjoy is the total open-endedness of the exploration, where there are no constraints other than those I impose on myself. My aim is to invite the viewer to make discoveries on his or her own; how one form interacts with another by closely observing the work and spending time with it, arriving at his or her own conclusion."Originally from Estonia, via Sweden, Enda Bardell is a Canadian Artist living and working in Vancouver. Always the explorer, Enda’s inquisitiveness has taken her through stimulating creative careers such as costume designer in the motion picture industry, fabric artist and founder of Enda B. Fashion Limited.Enda has studied at Vancouver Art School (ECUAD) and completed studio courses and workshops with prominent Canadian artists such as Toni Onley and Joan Balzar, both of whom she considers her mentors.Enda has exhibited her work in numerous group and solo exhibitions locally and internationally. Two of Enda’s early abstracts from the Estonian Art in Exile exhibition are now in the permanent historic collection in KUMU https://kumu.ekm.ee/en/ the National Museum of Art in Tallinn, Estonia.