In the Media
Wavering, by Sarah Anderson
“Wavering” is a juxtaposition of relationship entanglement and splintering. Relationships often carry stark contrasts of closeness and togetherness for periods of time, as well as periods of fragmentation and solitude. The work represents this precarious state and the balance or effort required to maintain and nurture relationships.
Colours, layers and texture are used to evoke isolation and loneliness in this piece. Other areas focus on intertwined shapes and lines to convey a softer, lighter side. These visual aspects of the painting draw you in and make its essence relatable to almost all relationships at one phase or another.
Sarah speaks with Liana Voia from Contemplative, Expressive and Imaginative Arts. The complete article can be found here.