Thelma incorporates strong design elements in her mainly non-representational paintings. Using colour, contrast and bold shapes, her work achieves harmony where every mark contributes to the success of the work.
Gail enjoys painting a variety of subjects, using different media. Recently, flowers in her lovely garden has been her inspiration. Their gorgeous colours, and intricate designs have captured her imagination.
Janet’s current work is driven by the concept of “what if”. Through the combination of found and altered materials, every piece is an adventure, open to unpredictable juxtapositions and interpretations.
Madeline’s “portraits convey an intense immediacy in both their execution and emotional interpretation. Her evocative colour and spirited brushwork represent the true tradition of expressionism” Paul Duval, December 10, 2000.
Monica pursues painting portraiture, landscape, still life and abstractive forms in an impressionistic style, emphasizing the effects of light and contrast of colours in order to establish spontaneity.
Jaya’s art easily speaks to everyone. Colours are alive, bright and bold. Her canvas tells everyday stories in a unique way. Her paintings uncover the mystery of visual perception to communicate a message.
My paintings, which are done in series, are an attempt to show beautiful locations whose natural integrity has either been altered by human intervention or is about to be. What is the cost of our imposition on the virginal status of these lands and the inhabitants therein.