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The Dreamer Drawing

suzanna reynolds

United Kingdom

Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Size: 12 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

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I have always had a vivid imagination and my images evolve from scribbles which then become forms where eventually the final image is revealed to me. I never really know what is to come and the end result often surprises me. I have always loved literature inspired by magical realism and I feel drawn to the essence we capture in our dreams which are beyond our conscious control. The lack of colour and intensity of black and white is something I use in all my work from this period as it seems to depict a dreamlike quality. This particular image was something which evolved from a much larger drawing and where I have digitally enhanced the detail. It felt apt to name it 'The Dreamer'

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Drawing:Charcoal on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:12 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

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Suzanna is an artist working in the West Midlands UK. Her works are held in private collections throughout the UK and internationally. Having grown up in the east coast of Scotland, her vision developed from a surrender to the wilder elements of climate, nature and convergence. Her work evolves from a response to an environment, place or experience. The use of the figure in her drawings/paintings records processes incurred through the journey of life, which appear as an odyssey of surreal convergences where humans relate and integrate. She endeavours to capture something which is fundamental to the human condition. Through a manipulation of light, and form, she uses opposites to shape contrasting edges and link them through hapless boundaries, where connections arise and unfold, in a rhythmic dreamlike resonance. The process of unfolding becomes a shaping of light; as a movement through metaphor and time. Within these ‘stories’ there are details - intimate portrayals, which become a rendering of an inner sensitivity to the world. These are ‘portraits of life’ where we are assigned the role of voyeur. The digital constructs in her current photography hold an inclusion of seascape and landscape, sometimes depicting a lone figure deep in contemplation. There is a resonance with space and time and an endeavour to reach into abstract realms. Such is the mythical quality to these images, which appear to breathe deeply through an effortless movement of substance and light. Suzanna’s insights have evolved through a bridging of two careers, one as a social worker, working within the domains of safeguarding children who have experienced abuse, and one as a artist. As an artist she drew from the unsettling world of vulnerability, trauma and loss. She has evolved her learning and insight from the work of the Psychologist Carl Jung, where she utilised Abstract Expressionism as a means to explore how ‘life forms’ journey through a world often set with great challenges. Observations from others: ... 'there is something ancient about the figures, as if they were the keepers of truths, long forgotten....' Another wrote in an editorial after a visit to her studio which offers a description more personal. . ...... 'Amidst lofty ceilings, there were large 14 ft paintings tacked to her wall with Velcro. Bundles of work, some in frames, some in rolls, litter every alcove and beyond…….. Suzanna uses primarily black and white. We live in a coloured world.

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