Suzanne Moss’ new body of work comprises a series of geometric abstract paintings, which relate to her findings whilst on residency at the CSIRO exploring the wing patterns of moths, and light. Moss has created non-objective works that generate a peaceful aura through luminous and harmonious spatial shifts with a subtle colour palette.
Colour pencil diagrams commence the process of repeated layering of thinly applied acrylic on linen. Her practice is underpinned by philosophical inquiry, including meditative intent of Buddhist Mandalas, and inspired by natural phenomena, comprising the sky, shells, flowers and stars.
Liverpool Street Gallery
Until 1 May, 2014
Evening bliss (on the way home), 2012-13, synthetic polymer and colour pencil on Belgian linen, 116 x 116cm
Courtesy the artist and Liverpool Street Gallery, Sydney