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Neill is inspired by the fluid geometric qualities of curve and line, in particular how the natural qualities of the earth and sky intermingle with urban elements of object and architecture.

Her process is instinctive and non-representational, involving an intuitive marking of …

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Margaret Neill says of her practice: “I explore a singular concept—a reaffirmation of a place: a lived emotional and physical experience in sensation and memory.” Though abstract, Neill’s paintings refer to and interpret tangible features of the natural world—like the weather, the sky, and the sea—most frequently in the artist’s immediate environment. These works characteristically feature soft, amorphous forms, applied in semi-opaque layers; though she uses certain recurring motifs, Neill is most attached to colors. She also produces wall-drawing installations and prints. Her variegated influences and visual references include Roman architecture, Korean pottery, maps, weather patterns, and painters Philip Guston, Jacopo da Pontormo, and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.

Selected exhibitions
2020
Silent SunKenise Barnes Fine Art
2019
AbstractionKenise Barnes Fine Art
2017
The Summer Show 2017: This one’s for you! Dedicated to women everywhereDM Contemporary
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Aviator (Abstract Painting), 2014

Oil on canvas
16 × 18 in
40.7 × 45.8 cm
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£3,050
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Neill is inspired by the fluid geometric qualities of curve …

Medium
Condition
New
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Verso
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included

Margaret Neill says of her practice: “I explore a singular concept—a reaffirmation of a place: a lived emotional and physical experience in sensation and memory.” Though abstract, Neill’s paintings refer to and interpret tangible features of the natural world—like the weather, the sky, and the sea—most frequently in the artist’s immediate environment. These works characteristically feature soft, amorphous forms, applied in semi-opaque layers; though she uses certain recurring motifs, Neill is most attached to colors. She also produces wall-drawing installations and prints. Her variegated influences and visual references include Roman architecture, Korean pottery, maps, weather patterns, and painters Philip Guston, Jacopo da Pontormo, and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres.

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