If you are passionate about abstract, hypnotic art, then you will be a fan of Brenda Herd's art. Brenda's abstract paintings are flowing, dynamic and mesmerising. A master of colour and texture, Brenda Herd is always someone to watch if you are looking for fresh, exciting work. Her unique pieces of art are inspired by rolling seascapes and landscapes. She has an original and urgent style that has impressed many across the globe.
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Mixed Media Art
Brenda Herd creates stunning resin paintings which seem to be flowing in front of your very eyes. Rich colours which shift into one another are moved along her pieces of art in gentle flows. You will also see lines which run across these beds of colour to create intricate flickers of detail. A sea of soft movement combines to give you the effect of looking down upon a vast body of liquids as they shift past and into each other. Although she has mastered the use of resin, she is also an artist who loves experimentation, and so she additionally makes use of other materials such as oils, acrylics and even timber.
Original Resin Paintings From Brenda Herd
Brenda Herd originals come in part from experimentation, then, but they also can be seen as having a firm yet poetic relationship with place. Brenda was born in South Africa, and she now finds herself in the beautiful surroundings of North Yorkshire, with its rolling fields and awe-inspiring landscapes. This landscape in windy conditions, and perhaps with sun-brightened rain running across the fields, surely influences Brenda in her abstract evocations.
Exciting Name in Abstract Art
Brenda has in fact been a professional artist for some 25 years. She has worked with clients from all across the globe, taking on commissions of both a corporate and a domestic nature. She paints from her studio at home in North Yorkshire, and continues to explore her creative and experimental impulses, leading to some sublime abstract artwork including selected pieces that we have at the Enid Hutt Gallery.