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  • Art. Exhibition. Roberta Moore Contemporary presents 'Measures in Motion' by Amalie Russell. London

    16 - 23 Mar

    Roberta Moore Contemporary presents 'Measures in Motion' by Amalie Russell

    The Foundry Gallery


    39 Old Church Street

    London

    England


    PRIVATE VIEW 16 MARCH 6 - 8.30 OPENING HOURS: 11 - 6 | LATE VIEW FRIDAY UNTIL 7 | SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENT

    16 March 6 - 8.30pm

    Canadian-born abstract artist Amalie Russell has always been magnetised by colour and intrigued with the orderly complex of composition, angles and architectural movement of space. In this new body of work, Russell aims to reflect motions, pattern, texture and radiance to create an infinite meeting place. ‘Measures in Motion’ delves into vibrant blends, bringing into harmony rhythm, scale, light and balance. The quantifying directional pull of modern and ancient architectural design direct these latest creations, which depict an engine of structure, support and growth. Amalie’s alluring use of acrylic paint and oil pastels, blended with gold, copper and silver leaf, draws the viewer into a compelling and dreamlike world of ethereal abstract landscapes where colour pops are rooted by angular shapes meeting at points of reference. Amalie Russell was born in Quebec City, Canada in 1981 and lives and works in London, UK. - Roberta Russell, 2017

    www.robertamoore.co.uk
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