In Ladder, DiMattio envisions a still-life within a classical portico which dissolves into an entanglement of illusory confusion. DiMattio adapts the systematic order of black and white illustration as a means to underscore the subtle disruption of her composition. Painted objects, such as the ladder and umbrella, become embedded within the stylised background, their realistic rendering careening against the flatness of the picture plane as they are engulfed by the Matisse-like wall paper and threatened by the undulating floor. Juxtaposing the rigid geometry of mosaic-like forms against an explosion of feather motifs, bijoux patterning, and skewed linear shapes, DiMattio creates a sense of wonder and unease from an arrangement of formal elegance. Infusing the free flow meander of doodling with baroque opulence, DiMattio contrives an optical illusion through both disjointed perspective and a heightened physicality of surface detail. Saatchi Gallery. Saatchi store Now available online School visits Education Programme Saatchi gallery membership Exclusive benefits to members. Francesca DiMattio Confection Underglaze, glaze, gold and silver luster on porcelain and stoneware, epoxy, enamel Francesca DiMattio Ladder Oil on canvas Francesca DiMattio's Biography.
Recollections', Christies Old Master Prints, 27 x Francesca Lowe born London Curriculum Vitae. The paintings explore ways to infect stillness with life and life with stillness. Visually, a 'cut' bloom, a 'still' photograph, a floral 'motif' quiet, truncated elements and applied layers of pattern operating at different physical depths within each painting, create visual oscillations. Some aspects of the images and patterns are familiar sampled from Op art, wallpaper, clip art, curtains; 'pop culture' references. This familiarity lends itself to the very idea of stillness, perhaps due to its relation to known-ness. The loop of 'known-ness' or 'what we are used to' disrupted, turned unfamiliar and then lost is what Lowe appears to be interested in depicting as it echoes the ebb and flow of "life" itself.
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