Painting with Light
h880 x w490 x d90 Wood, acrylic paint
Diameter 600 x d130 Powder coated stainless steel
diameter 955 x depth 150 Powder coated stainless steel
h600 x w300 x d19 Aluminium enamel paint, acrylic paint, on board
h 320 x w365 x d75 Wood, acrylic paint
h 295 x w305 x d40 Plaster, acrylic paint
h290 x w290 xd35 Plaster, acrylic paint
h295 x w295 x d35 Plaster, acrylic paint
h610 x w610 x d65 Board, aluminium, matt enamel paint, acrylic paint
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H180 x w430 x d150 White China Marble, Stainless Steel
h380 x w652 x d40 Black Slate
h295 x w300 x d30 Plaster, acrylic paint
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Suzanne Redstone creates environments that collect and reveal the ephemeral nature and materiality of light. Through changing media and form she engages the viewer in an open and unpredictable dialogue.
I was born in 1945 and spent my early years growing up on Long Island, New York. My mother gave me her paints and blank canvases to keep me out of trouble, and I was given the run of the attic to paint in. One of the first paintings that I did, when I was 13 years old, was a silhouetted roof scape from my attic studio at twilight. There is a last glow in the clear sky, a quality of illumination and fascination with light that runs throughout my work.
When I was 17 I was awarded a place at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). In 1965, in my final year there, I was selected to participate in the RISD European Honours Program to study in Rome for the year. There I was influenced by the architecture of the piazzas and palaces, the…
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Exhibiting from 4th July to 6th September 2015.