Landscape with Red, Blue and Black

© the artist. Image credit: Scottish Parliament Art Collection

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The starting point for this print was a small watercolour painting. A small element was then duplicated, flipped and mirrored by the artist, and repeated to create this abstract composition. The work was developed to look as if it was made on graph paper. Unable to travel internationally during 2013, Hopkins asked fellow artists to send her objects from their locations. She used these objects as stimuli, in place of being able to travel herself. The final piece aims to transmit a sense of travelling, created from the experiences of others.

The Scottish Parliament



Landscape with Red, Blue and Black




digital print


H 51.9 x W 73.5 cm

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purchased, 2018

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