Colours of consciousness by Tincy Patel

It was interesting, because it was just something that was flowing and I couldn’t make sense of it at first, I just was unable to stop, however I noticed certain movements and direction in the paintings either flowing upwards or in circular motion, at the time in my life I had a lot of new opportunities coming my way from work to moving to a dream place. I felt a connection to the colours too which were mostly warm and gave me a sense of fire within me that had some kind of cycle to complete some sort of 360 coming full circle… At that moment realising the golden ring and Circular motions indicating a deeper undercurrent of healing past trauma, and finally reaching to a place knowing.

My work reflects the experiences of studies in nature using photography and painting. My approach is through a sensory response emerging from a series of nature walks in and around intimate landscapes. At the core of the work is an immersion into nature and a mindfulness approach which informs both my practice and workshops that I lead.

My methodology is experimental however I mostly take to paintings and digital photography.

I have a diverse range of styles from abstract, to animation/graphics. I work digitally,with acrylics along with found objects. My curious nature keeps me from committing to a particular style or medium.

My work takes me on a journey from the time I capture a moment in nature to digitally manipulating
The image.The element of surprise keeps me in a state of anticipation never knowing how the piece will evolve.

Colours captivate me in particular colours in nature which seem to transport to my abstract paintings.
A lot of my wonder lays in the movement in nature
Be it leaves rustling or the sky in motion.
A sensory experience which I take home and make sense of in my own language.
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