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The Weakening Eye of Day

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Amanda Blunden

Amanda Blunden is a British artist living in South West London. Working from her Wandsworth studio, the multi-disciplinarian creates murals, watercolours, prints, oil paintings, papermache furniture and even grandfather clocks. Her landscape paintings express a desire for open and noiseless space. Silent dramas between thin threads of pastel and dark, opaque forms take place on the canvas, resulting in a tension between punchy and peaceful, powerful and fragile.

Amanda lets memory, mood, light and space guide her process, often seeking out contrast and disparities. Working with a range of media from acrylics and gesso to charcoal and oil pastels on canvas, paper and wooden panels, the artist emphasises these distinctions to breathe life into her pieces. The artist sees equal beauty in shimmering shorelines and concrete bridges overarching motorways. Drawing from her experiences and ties with a place, Amanda produces rose-tinted and peachy-hued landscapes that translate a lasting loveliness and joy.

Amanda studied Fine Art at Leeds Polytechnic. She has exhibited at the Royal Watercolour Society (RWS) Open at Bankside Gallery, London (2018, 2019 and 2020). The artist has also presented works at the Affordable Art Fair and Hicks Gallery, London. The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour selected two paintings by Amanda for their 208th Exhibition at the Mall Galleries (2020). Her mono print Night Pool also won the Intaglio Printmaker Prize at the National Original Print Competition in 2017. Leading interior magazines and Sunday supplements have featured her work.

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