Sandrine Kern French-American
Kern places importance on the mood of each work by highlighting the surface luminosity through her use of a high-contrast colour palette. The abstracted representation of each natural element she depicts is void of details that define a specific tree, or a specific location. Instead, the paintings convey the essence of form but are still recognizably landscapes. She draws on memory and imagination to create these serene waterscapes. For Kern, each painting represents the mood of a past moment and contains a certain freedom of motion which keeps the work from appearing static.
Gestural Hands: Women Painters in their Studio15 Feb - 15 Mar 2020This exhibition features the work of incredibly skilled and renowned female painters and artists from our collection. The show includes paintings and works on paper by Betty Goodwin, Miriam Schapiro, Louise Nevelson, Helen Frankenthaler, Sandrine Kern, Sonia Delaunay, Geneviève Claisse, and Melissa Meyer.Read more