BETTE RIDGEWAY 

 

 

SYMPHONY

 

SYMPHONY IN C

 

SYMPHONY IN GREY

 

Bette Ridgeway is best known for her large-scale, luminous poured canvases that push the boundaries of light, color and design. Ridgeway has spent the last 30 years developing her signature technique, called “layering light,” in which she uses many layers of thin, transparent acrylics on linen and canvas to produce a fluidity and viscosity similar to traditional watercolor. Ridgeway depicts movement in her work, sometimes kinetic and full of emotion, sometimes bold and masterful, sometimes languid and tentative. She sees herself as the channel, the work comes through her but it is not hers. It goes out into the world – it has a life of its own.

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