Landscape and Nature

“My work often transcends between abstract and figurative. Forms and figures take shape intentionally or by accident.” - the artist

Budapest No. 2, 2017, Acrylic and textile, 20 x 26 inches, $1600

Budapest No. 2, 2017, Acrylic and textile, 20 x 26 inches, $1600

My work in general reflects a strong and powerful relationship to landscape and nature, this includes city-specific landscapes. I am a nomadic artist, I let the country or the town where I set my studio affect my work. The environment and surrounding of this new area, have considerable influence and impact on my production. I let the lieu become my muse.

Brazil No. 1, 2018, handmade paper and textile, 17 x 11 inches, $800

Brazil No. 1, 2018, handmade paper and textile, 17 x 11 inches, $800

I am a multidisciplinary artist, although I have used painting and photography in the last years quite extensively. Textile art is also a media I cherish. My work often transcends between abstract and figurative. Forms and figures take shape intentionally or by accident. However, I find that a less literal and more abstract approach to composition produce paintings or works of art more intensely imaginative. It keeps me further away from esthetical and intellectual decisions.

Budapest No. 1, 2017, Acrylic and textile, 18 x 19 inches, $900

Budapest No. 1, 2017, Acrylic and textile, 18 x 19 inches, $900

With my camera, I collected and collated the textures, colours, shapes and qualities of sceneries in the different artistic residencies I attended and translated what I learned from these different places into materials and making.

Brazil No. 2, 2018, acrylic and textile, 20 x 16 inches, $900

Brazil No. 2, 2018, acrylic and textile, 20 x 16 inches, $900

In this collection, you will find visual research of Budapest’s architecture and Brazil’s Atlantica Forest. Each piece evolves through a process of fragmentation and reconstruction. Patching and layering of fabrics forms a background for stitch; this style of work reflects my interest in collage. I am inspired by the potential of overlaps, intersections and anomalies.

Brazil No. 3, 2018, acrylic and textile, 25 x 16 inches, $1600

Brazil No. 3, 2018, acrylic and textile, 25 x 16 inches, $1600

About the artist:

Anne-Julie Hynes resides in Quebec, Canada. She has a Certificate in Landscape Architecture, from the Université de Montréal, Canada, as well as a BFA in Fine Arts, from Concordia University, in Montreal, Canada. She has participated in numerous arts residencies and exhibitions throughout Canada and in Europe.

To view more work by the artist, please visit www.annejuliehynes.com.


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