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ABOVE Through the Squares - 20" x 30 "
  • LEFT Milk and Honey,Acrylic on gesso on board (20" x 30")
  • MIDDLE Into the Blue, Acrylic on gesso on board (24" x 30")
  • RIGHT Pale pink slip stream (24" x 30")
  • LEFT Going for Red and Blue - 24" x 30"
  • MIDDLE Yella - 15" x 20" - SOLD
  • RIGHT Siharaja Forest - 15" x 20"
  • LEFT Storm Window - 10" x 15" - SOLD
  • MIDDLE Sweet Dreams - 20" x 30"
  • RIGHT Kilifi Creek - 15" x 20"
  • LEFT Pink Escaping - 20" x 30"
  • MIDDLE Venetian red 10" x 15"
  • RIGHT Green Velvet Grass - 15" x 20"
  • LEFT Four Square - 15" x 20"
  • MIDDLE Liquid Gold - 15" x 20"

Laura Sednaoui

I visited Laura’s studio, and was immensely impressed by her paintings, each piece seemingly effortless in its construction of forms and colour, vibrant with purposeful brush strokes, reflecting the ability to put depth into an abstract painting and create high-energy conversation between colours.

Laura’s work is painterly, powerful and expressive, recreating time, place and emotional engagement. It is no surprise that her influences are the American and Cornish abstract painters.
Sarah Stoten

Laura studied at The Bryenshaw Art College 1967-70, worked with sculptor Jean Gibson 1968-80 and lastly applied for a two year Art History course 1982-84

‘My recent work has developed from the journey of a lifetime of painting; a journey that would not have happened without the influence of abstract paintings, particularly the American abstract painters de Kooning and Joan Michell, and the Modern British painter Peter Lanyon.

Central and paramount to my painting is the importance of colour, the conversation between colours is permanently in my head, waiting to be painted.’
Laura Sednaoui

Exhibitions include:

Hollywood Rd Gallery – London solo 2010
Dollar St Gallery – Cirencester 2010
Mall Gallery ‘Discerning Eye Exhibition’ 2009
Art Fairs - New York & London 2002-04
Collins Hastie Gallery 2001-03
Group exhibitions in Oxford 1990’s

Many private commissions and work held in private collections

 

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