Evangeline Armstrong

Evangeline Armstrong's work is characterised by bold-yet-sensitive lines and acute observation, with a sense of playfulness in her depiction; be it paint, pen or collage.

Interplay between masculine and feminine is evident in Armstrong’s work. 
She explores the synergy and balance of gender play visually in her paintings. Her latest collection, Lines Meet contains vibrant female figures, often with strong energy and line paired with a soft expression or relaxed pose.

  • “I see that we’re just a jigsaw with the empty space, that we dance with what’s not there, as much as what is. I don’t just look for line and form, what is unsaid, speaks volumes.”

  • "Life drawing is going to the gym for artists; just suck it up and do it!"

1993 -
Nationality: British
Residence: Sussex
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