Gemma Smith - Found Ground | Author: Julie Ewington
Combining bright, bold colours in her abstract paintings and the “boulders”, as she calls her faceted three-dimensional objects, she plays with hard edges, soft curves, and amorphous forms in a mesmerising way, reflecting her keen sense of spatial relationships.
The book is an immersive experience that provides detailed insight into Smith’s various works. Its design is inspired by her oeuvre and features coloured page edges and special multicoloured pages with folded corners.
Author: Julie Ewington
27 x 22cm
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