Beth James is an emerging artist living and working in Newtonville Ontario. She holds a graduate certificate from the Haliburton School of Art and Design and a BA in visual arts from York University. She is fascinated by the artistic process, always pushing her materials and ideas in order to grow creatively and to generate new ideas.
I love to investigate the properties of my materials. Paint and colour become a way to tell abstracted stories that connect to nostalgia, memory and past experience. Often unusual and unexpected colour combinations emerge to tell a new and contemporary story. Lines often are featured in my work as a vehicle for telling dynamic colour stories and creating rhythm in my pieces.
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