The Power of Art #47 Knockvologan

Liebschner is an avid cold-water swimmer and uses her experiences to create abstracted landscapes. Fluctuating tides and skies allow fragmented strips of land to be uncovered and discovered before being submerged again by the water.
Like the current, the paint washes the board, and the smoothness of the wash alternates with gestural marks, mimicking the water against the rugged land. Using a mixture of gesso stained with inks and acrylics, the Liebschner creates chalky, flat layers which vary in sheen. The circle above the landscape is a recurrent motif of the artist’s recent production, acting as a full-stop amongst the moving landscape, indicating time.
Living and working in Glasgow, Liebschner studied Fine Art at Loughborough University, where she became interested in how digital media can be translated and compared to handmade productions. Following this, she worked as a print tutor for Leicester Print Workshop. She later moved to Scotland to study for her Master in Print at Glasgow School of Art, where she combined her printing knowledge with more traditional painterly techniques. She has exhibited in solo and group shows and her works are held in private collections in the UK and Europe.
Image: Connie Liebschner: Knockvologan, gesso, ink and acrylic on board, H810 mm x W1220 mm
Courtesy and © Connie Liebschner, Renée Pfister Art & Gallery Consultancy
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