Photo: Miranda Boulton in Cambridge, East

Miranda Boulton


Boulton takes her inspiration from the Internet, which she uses as a sketchbook.  She is drawn to traditional images of the still-life genre, focusing on flora.  Her work takes these organic shapes and playfully weaves them into a web of temporal and sequential themes.  Within her painted mark making there is an emphasis on line made with an energetic and gestural quality. Areas of flat black paint create windows to frame the layers underneath, where evidence of the paintings development is left exposed.  This contrast creates a discordant yet poignant feeling.


Boulton’s eerie paintings encapsulate that moment of anxiety and dislocation that occurs at night, when nature colludes with artificial light to transform the familiar into something foreign and pregnant with atmosphere.”  Jessica Lack

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Location Cambridge, East
Activities Private commissions, Exhibitions programme
Artforms / type of project Drawing, Painting, Printmaking
Tags Painting, Figurative, Landscape, Abstract, Drawing, Oil Painting

News & Events

  • Off Line On Line

    29/10/2015 – 02/11/2015
    Studio 1.1, 57a Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DJ

    An exhibition of Recent Work by Miranda Boulton and Suzanne Holtom Private View - Thursday 29th October 6 - 9 Artist Discussion - Sunday 1st November 2 - 3 Open Wednesday to Sunday 12 - 6

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