” Moving On Up Down Escalators”, a new solo art exhibition of more than twenty vibrant acrylic paintings is being shown at the award winning Cavendish Conference Centre in central London, informed by Ann Kopka’s fascination with the interaction of geometry, design and architecture in the urban environment.
Ann Kopka’s paintings in essence lean towards abstraction although deliberately hover between the representation of recognisable images and the non-traditional formal repetition of shapes and structures prevalent in abstract art. There is a visual emphasis on exploring the relationships between structure and scale, colour and light, repetition and pattern. And the processes of deconstructing and reconstructing subject matter to articulate concepts of space produces images, which taken out of their original context, verge towards a perception of abstraction.
Ann Kopka studied Fine Art at Central St Martins College of Art and Design and the City Lit. She has studied The Practices and Debates of Modern Art and graduated with a First Class Honours degree from The Open University. She has also studied Museum Curating at Tate Modern. Ann has exhibited in London, the UK and USA. Her work is held in private collections in France, Spain, UK, USA and Australia.
To find out more about Ann Kopka go to her website at www.artcontemporary.co.uk
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