Marlene Lochhead is a visual artist working predominantly in contemporary drawing in a variety of disciplines including printmaking, watercolours and mixed media. Her ethereal works respond to a particular event, development or observation in her life often depicting a figurative element and the natural environment.
The imagery narrates personal memory, evoking an emotion within an illusionist environment carefully bound in a fluid arrangement of linear drawing which winds through the composition, connecting and balancing. This creates the feeling of an ephemeral snapshot of the memory, a transient juncture chronicled in a perpetual medium and through the discerning eye of the artist. The titles of the work have a central position, their meaning inviting the viewer to assume, deliberate or interpret the meaning, scenario or emotion. The esoteric backdrops provide spaces, voids or places for humanity, for escapism, or for a spiritual or mystical purpose enabling the viewer to tune into the rhythm of nature.
Preview 2-5 on Sunday 4 August 2019 and during the month of August.
Helensburgh Art Hub
77 West Clyde Street