Gravity | West End Art Space

Newton’s interest in alchemy was crucial to the development of his law of gravitation.
 

Julie Johnson, ‘From alchemy to gravity’, New Scientist, Magazine issue 1837

Using gravity as her paint brush, Reddin produces large abstract artworks that suggest both geological forms and the intricate structures of nature. As engaging up close as they are when viewed from a distance, they ask viewers to reflect on the fragility of life and the fine balance required to preserve an irreplaceable natural world.

Love at First Sight
Love at First Sight

Installed

Arrival
Arrival

Mixed Media on Canvas 1.22m x 1.22m

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what white rabbit
what white rabbit
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Shaped by the Light
Shaped by the Light

Installed

Shaped by the Light
Shaped by the Light

Mixed Media on Canvas 1.4m x 1.2m

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Fantasies and Fairytales studio clutter.
Fantasies and Fairytales studio clutter.

Studio shot

Ripened to Perfection
Ripened to Perfection

Mixed Media on Canvas 1.22m x 1.22m

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