Lisa Arronis

artwork and musings from the studio

“To lose yourself: a voluptuous surrender, lost in your arms. lost to the world, utterly immersed in what is present so that it’s surroundings fade away…to be lost is to be fully present, and to be fully present is to be capable of being in uncertainty and mystery.”

Rebecca Solnit – A Field Guide to Getting Lost

When I found this book I thought I was lost. Upon reading it, I understood that lost is what I need to become. It suggested to me a way of working that was less deliberate, less controlled. This series of work is more about losing myself than deliberately creating a picture. Being lost in thematic pondering, in layers, impediments, abrasion, erasure, heat and materials… painting my way into painting.

That Dark Sea-18

Pain Serves a Purpose – SOLD

That Dark Sea-11

Navigating Styx – SOLD

That Dark Sea-13

Fear and Trust – SOLD

That Dark Sea-15

I Watched the Sea – SOLD

That Dark Sea-19

The Good Book (is missing pages) sold

That Dark Sea-22

Let Nothing Remain – SOLD

That Dark Sea-21

What We Choose To Reveal – SOLD

That Dark Sea-20

Safe Harbour – SOLD

That Dark Sea-17

The Blue of Distance – SOLD

That Dark Sea-5

Nautical Twilight – SOLD

That Dark Sea-7

The Texture of Longing

That Dark Sea-9

The Beauty of Impermanence – SOLD

That Dark Sea-1

Visible Means of Escape -SOLD

This exhibition was held at the Byron School of Art Project Space, all works are mixed media on board.

“Leave the door open for the unknown, the door into the dark. That’s where the most important things come from, where you yourself came from, and where you will go.”

Rebecca Solnit – A Field Guide to Getting Lost

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