Colour, form and a hint of mystery

Artist Anne Wood (left) with Noel Black, Andy Walton, Lydia Walton and Stuart Larder at the exhibition.  (Lin) EMN-140615-075345001
Artist Anne Wood (left) with Noel Black, Andy Walton, Lydia Walton and Stuart Larder at the exhibition. (Lin) EMN-140615-075345001
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Oil painting artist Anne Wood’s exhibition at the Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre shows a series of landscapes, about colour and form with a hint of mystery.

”The pictures show landscapes of my imagination that have become part of the real world and are based on my ‘creation-destruction-creation’ concept,” said Anne.

Fragments of landscape, remembered shapes and sculpted images emerge during Anne’s excursion in colour and the title of the finished painting reflects the mood of the piece and whether she responded to pure colour or memories from her daily observation of reality.

“Once again we have work of quality,” said Noel Black, exhibition panel members.

“People will think it’s pure abstraction but the imaginary is derived from observation, especially that of the Lincolnshire coastline and the qualities experienced.”

The exhibition runs to June 29.