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Description

Artist:
Henriette Busch
Artwork materials: 
Pastel, acrylic & oil on canvas
Medium: 
Mixed Media
Artwork size: 
60 x 40 cm
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Much of my figurative work is influenced by my memories of living in Africa in my teenage years, these years had a profound effect on me and have informed my art to this day. I have gone back to the country I lived in (Liberia) often since I left and many of my paintings are based on photos I took during that time. Colour is very important to my work. This painting is of a friend of mine standing in one of the many "red roads" because of the iron ore in the soil. These red roads are symbolic for Liberia as many of the country's roads are still unpaved. A few years ago I decided that since Liberia was so important to me, I would paint as many special memories of it as I could, and have since made many paintings, mostly figurative but also some abstract ones. The Red Road was created in 2020. To me, to be true to myself is to paint what is meaningful to me. In my paintings, I want to create an image that is open to interpretation, curiosity and which resonates with the viewer on a personal level.

Henriette Busch

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