Kathleen Adrift, 2021, 180 x 140cm, oil on canvas
This painting was featured in Katie Tomlinson's first solo exhibition, 'Fight The Moon' at Paradise Works, Salford.
Tomlinson’s paintings are rich with vivid colour, playfulness and humour. The works draw the viewer in, before revealing darker and more complex narratives. Characters within the paintings demand further exploration, inviting questions around their identities, actions, motivations, and relationships with one another.
The exhibition aims to stimulate debate about feminism and the structure of power. Tomlinson has taken inspiration from her personal life and the united experiences of womxn. Using surreal and symbolic imagery, the paintings make familiar experiences strange and explore a mix of emotions and ideas: vulnerability, emotional dependency, alienation, self-empowerment, brutality, sexual desire, and patriarchal violence.
This is a fine art quality giclée print on 300gsm Smooth Rag paper.
Available in one size: A3 (297 x 420mm)
Each print will be hand signed by the artist.
Printed, hand trimmed and packed with care in Manchester, UK.
Tracked shipping available worldwide, prints will be dispatched once the pre-sale has ended midnight Thursday 18th August