Articles tagged with victoria horkan
Art speak can be confusing. This week we delve into the realms of abstract. MoMA says 'Abstract' is 'a term generally used to describe art that is not representational or based on external reality or nature'. We look into it and bring you 5 of our favourite abstract works on Rise Art.
To celebrate the release of Victoria Horkan's brand new prints, we question the Yorkshire born Artist on the relationship between distortion and fantasy in her butterfly paintings, why she thinks people find the compilations so compelling and her thoughts on Damien Hirst's Butterfly paintings including the 9,000 butterflies that died during his 2008 Tate exhibition.
Victoria Horkan’s work offers a bold, vibrant and expressive milieu of forms and colours that falls somewhere between the realms of impressionism, abstraction and expressionism.