Ann Kopka's art practice reflects many lines of enquiry as she continues to engage with several projects simultaneously. Through the concept of making 'something out of nothing', discarded everyday ephemera, photographs and disposable objects with little or no intrinsic value are frequently transformed through digital manipulation and other investigative processes to become the source material for paintings or into tactile reliefs for reflective contemplation and exploration. Added to this mix is a strong visual emphasis on experimentation with colour and light. Frequently employing a limited palette, Ann uses acrylic paints to produce vibrant paintings saturated in multiple layers of colour sometimes with a compelling three dimensional element.
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