In the Front Room and Corridor:
“SUMI-E” by Ingrid Adams
Adams' work is rooted in the technique and process of SUMI-E. Her work begins with the experience and sensation of the scene. The subject matter is of movement in qigong practice, portraits, and land, using chance, mark and washes. The medium here is ink stick on mulberry , rice and Waterford paper. The second section is mainly abstracts, the colours inspired by meditative visions. Through process and evolvement, she aim to create sensations of form, movement and texture. Using natural weaves: cotton, silk, jute and linen, which she has dyed and painted, to create collages, together with embroidery and fibres.
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