This new body of work explores the west coast of Scotland and its ever changing weather systems, delves deep into mysterious forests and takes us to sun-baked cityscapes and dilapidated palazzi.
This exhibition charts a progression in Knubley’s stylistic technique. Whilst still underpinned by the structural quality resulting from her distinctive use of oil and wax with a wide range of palette knives and scrapers, she has developed a marked painterly touch to evoke something intangible.
Alexandra Knubley employs a distinctive technique of working in oil and wax using a wide range of palette knives and scrapers.
Planes and lines thus formed beautifully evoke perspective depth and surface texture in open landscapes, architectural subjects, deep woodlands or derelict boats on the Isle of Mull.