France-Lise McGurn’s Self Control: surrealism and the urban experience

The Glaswegian artist outlines the fluidity of the body in a painting that shifts from canvas to gallery wall

Fluidity is the watchword in France-Lise McGurn’s elegant linear paintings. Her figures’ outlines cross and reverberate in dreamy and orgiastic ways. They share explosions of washy colour. Created with loose-looking, snaking brush-strokes, figures and body parts drift across canvas, wall or floor.

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Source: theguardian
France-Lise McGurn’s Self Control: surrealism and the urban experience