Janet Keith, Yellow Phase (Spring), painting, 38 x 26 cm (50 x 38 x 3 cm framed)
Medium(s): acrylic on board
Weight: c. 3.5 kg (excluding packaging)
Painting is framed in broad (6.5 cm) flat profile hand painted, simple, off white frame
Shipping - This work is currently exhibited at the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn until 8 October. It can be collected on 11 October at the centre / shipped by 14 October from Northern Ireland.
Return - This work is eligible for return (by 25 October, i.e., 14 days from the collection date).
Artist - Selected Recognitions
- Winner of the Paul Henry Landscape Award (RUA Exhibiton 2020)
- Exhibited at the Royal Ulster Academy’s annual exhibitions
- Member of the Ulster Society of Women Artists
- Artist in Residence at Glyndebourne Festival Opera, East Sussex, England
Janet Keith is an award-winning emerging artist. Her abstract paintings can echo natural scenes. They can remind one of the dazzling colours and the joyful rebirth of nature during spring and summer or of the cooler hues and peace of the colder seasons. Dynamic compositions alternate with calmer ones which seem to mirror the movements or stillness of different places. However, these visual references to nature are not explicit or intentional. Above all her works capture her blend of intuitive and structured way of making art, preoccupied with creating balanced, harmonious and vibrant compositions and not with realistic representations.
Find out more on the artist's page.
Work part of the exhibition ‘Gallery 545 – Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland’, at the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn, until 8 October. Visit the exhibition page.
A selection of other work by Janet KeithSee all works by this Artist