Born in Buckinghamshire in 1976, Rachel Wickremer is a Canterbury based painter known for her colourful work.
Exploring the relationship between the maker and the prefabricated, she is interested in lines, pattern and the space in-between.
Her process involves injecting manufactured polycarbonate sheets with acrylic paint which is then repetitively drawn on to obtain a depth of line which dramatically alters the initial tone of the painting.
Rachel says “Taking inspiration from the built environment around me I explore the control, the lines in which we are restricted and bound to. These spaces contain planes, forms, reflections and shadows, tying us to our surroundings. Creating pattern and depth I celebrate the geometrical shape and structures and explore these limitations we unconsciously accept and even embrace”
In stock80 × 80 cm