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Rachael Dalzell

The crumbling cliffs

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The sand cliffs of East Anglia are beset by erosion and constantly change as the sea and storms take their toll.

Rachael’s works on paper are particularly organic. Diluted paint is allowed to migrate on a damp surface, sticks are used to daub and scratch, heavier splatters are dropped, lines are augmented until a balance is reached. The works are painted on Bockingford 300gsm paper.

Her free and lively use of paint through various techniques, mean that Rachael’s work is as much about mood as it is of place. Many of her paintings are based on the landscapes of her home county,  Norfolk. They celebrate the joy of light and colour in nature as well as the shape of the landscape. She describes her paintings as a ‘snapshot’ both visually and emotionally of a place.

Reflections of summer
To watch the light fill the woods

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