Sue Kennington’s Exploration of Colour
Sue channels the infinite possibilities of colour as an emotive visual language, passionately studying the interaction between light, colour and contrast. The artist is also particularly interested in how the use of colour and human-touch can work as an expressive medium. Her abstract paintings, which often integrate and morph rural and botanical colour schemes and subject matter, have an immense tactility. Sue juggles opposing principles of rational and intuitive artistic gestures, mixing frank brushstrokes and amorphous shapes.
Collections and Exhibitions
Recent London exhibitions include ‘Glimpse’ at Golborne Gallery, ‘Colour, Order, System’ at Sid Motion Gallery, and ‘Imperfect Reverse’ at Camberwell Arts Space in 2017. Sue has also exhibited her paintings at C2 Contemporanea in Florence, Italy. In 2019, Sue was selected for the Premio Lissone prize at MAC Museo d`Arte Contemporanea in Lissone, Italy.