Adele Eagleson

I love to paint our landscape and its relationship with land, sea and sky. Sometimes I am very abstract and free and sometimes there is realism incorporated into my paintings. But in the main my process is to experiment with the paint allowing the painting to evolve. Where a painting ends up is not always intentional, but what is intentional is the idea of capturing or suggesting a memory of a place in our subconscious. Land forms and markings mainly come from my imagination and I enjoy playing with layers, building up, parring back, scraping and excavating parts to reveal colours underneath then repainting over using a variety of tools to create movement, mood and effect. My current work explores abstract seas and land forms mostly derived from my imagination but inspired by our beautiful country.