Approved: 27.01.2011

Orlanda Broom

Artist

Approved: 27.01.2011

My paintings are lush and colourful landscapes that exist as part of a fantastical, re-imagined place and as an amalgamation of references to the history of landscape painting. I have applied a hyper, rose-tinted view of the world and my vision is of a place and time untouched; it is wild, rampant and ripe almost to the point of rotten. The surface joyousness is tempered by an uneasy sense of abandonment.

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  • Location: London
  • Artforms: Painting , Printmaking
  • Tags: 2d, colourful, flowers, landscape, mixed media, resin, reflection, trees, exotic, colour, circular, henri rousseau, flora, baroque, collage
 
 

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    Biography

    My paintings are lush and colourful landscapes that exist as part of a fantastical, re-imagined place and as an amalgamation of references to the history of landscape painting. I have applied a hyper, rose-tinted view of the world and my vision is of a place and time untouched; it is wild, rampant and ripe almost to the point of rotten. The surface joyousness is tempered by an uneasy sense of abandonment. These paintings are themselves fetishized; the layered resin has an extreme high gloss finish, akin to stained glass and similarly the paintings are abundant with light-giving colour.

    CV & Education

    The Lost Traces of Somewhere - Jealous Gallery, London 2014

    Obsession; Love, Ritual, Collection - Embassy Tea Gallery, London 2014

    Diamond Bullet - James Freeman Gallery, London 2014

    Paintings from a Small Island - Franschhoek, South Africa 2013

    Traces and Trails, solo - Stephanie Hoppen, London 2013

    Solo Show - Sibman Gallery, Paris 2013

    National Open Art Competition - Chichester and London 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009

    BEEP - Wales’ Contemporary Painting Prize 2012

    Summer Exhibition - Royal Academy, London 2012

    Inland Islands, solo - Stephanie Hoppen Gallery

    The Threadneedle Prize - Mall Galleries, London, 2011, 2009

    ArtWorks Open - Barbican Arts Group Trust, London 2009