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Jenny Reddin
Art Curation by Jenny Reddin seen at Camberwell, Camberwell - Twins
Art Curation by Jenny Reddin seen at Camberwell, Camberwell - Twins
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Jenny’s work is often influenced by nature and the impact of humans on the earth. This series however focuses on playing with the assumption that perfect symmetry is comforting and predictable but that imperfections in that symmetry reflect the natural state of things. Jenny uses a Rorschach technique to create the base image and then she pours a viscous solution of pigment, medium and solvent onto the base. Once poured, there is very little she can do to control the flow of the solution and she needs to rely on chance and gravity to produce her images. It is this suspension of control and conscious intervention that Jenny finds most exciting and rewarding.

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Jenny Reddin’s radiant works are unique, vibrant and exquisite. They emerge as if by magic using a process that has taken her years to perfect. They hang on the wall like massive jewels that glow as if lit from within.

Jenny Reddin defines herself as a contemporary poured paint artist, producing abstract works that rely heavily on chance, accident and the surrender of control. Whilst her work is the result of experimentation with materials, methods and process, she has perfected the chemistry involved in achieving an outcome that satisfies her search for “a beautiful surface”.

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