Abstract artist Sandra Blow RA was at the forefront of the movement in the 1950s. Fresh out of St Martin’s School of Art, the Royal Academy, and Accademia di Belle Arti, Blow was regularly exhibiting with the big-hitters of the abstract movement.
Her work often consists of commonplace discarded materials. These help to lend an air of simplicity to her compositions which are expansive and…Show more bright.
Blow has been heavily celebrated through her career, winning the International Guggenheim Award in 1960, and coming second place in the third John Moore’s prize exhibition in 1961.Show less
"Blow's work is unpretentious in its theoretical complexity: the influence of Hans Hoffman and Nicolas Carone's concepts of space and colour stay with Blow throughout her career. Blow's work is an interesting dialogue between depth and anti-depth, colour and anti-colour."
Verity Babbs - Rise Art Curator
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