Perfectly Flawed

 

Exploring aspects of abstraction

 

PERFECTLY FLAWED

To be perfect is to be faultless, without any defect or flaw. But does such a state ever exist in nature or art? Objects, at the point of dissolution and decay, display aspects of an underlying structure in which beauty always remains.

In a series of images Sue Kenyon explores aspects of abstraction. The landscape she creates both intrigues and challenges. Do we ever really know or understand what we’re looking at.

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