Flowers and Plant Forms - Black & White

Swaying Tulips and Irises
Gladioli and Lilies I
June Flowers
Summer Flowers: Delphinium and Peonies
Gladioli and Lilies II
Lily, Sunflower and Eryngyum on Pink
Summer Flowers: Poppies, Eryngium, Canterbury Bells, Roses
Five Swaying Tulips in Black
Summer Flowers: Eryngium, Chives, Sweet Williams
Hellebores
Dying Lilies and Buds
Decaying Summer Flowers: daisies and sedums
Summer Flowers
Artichokes

Nerys was drawn to flowers for their colours, but she also explored their lines and shapes in black and white. In the early 1990s, in particular, she applied herself to drawing, and for a time exhibited mainly large, energetic charcoal drawings of tangled vegetation and flowers. Whether using charcoal, burin on an etching plate, ink and brush or quill pen, drawing was always an intensely expressive activity, as well as an important discipline. Bold black lines were sometimes applied to colour paintings, seemingly to enhance a composition which had veered too close to prettiness. Working in black and white often alternated with work in colour, forming an integral part of the process of exploration and discovery at the heart of Nerys’ art.

Cards & Prints For Sale

The greetings cards and prints are excellent examples of Nerys’s late work, notable for its simplicity, bold approach to design and imaginative and intense use of colour.

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