Nessie Stonebridge - British Birds
Resembling some sort of mid-air collision or interstellar explosions, the energy at the centre of Nessie Stonebridge’s new paintings and drawings is centrifugal. Often small in scale, they nevertheless explode beyond their boundaries – their vectors suggestively reaching out beyond their pictorial edges into the gallery space. Stonebridge’s latest series of works draws inspiration from the bucolic, if wild and wind-battered Norfolk coastline, where she now has her studio. Previously rooted in London, Stonebridge’s palette has begun to soften to include murky and Romantic sea greens and stormy blues, although vivid moments of urbane post-punk pink and night-crawler black remain.
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