Sally Coulden comes from diverse background of global careers & travel. In 2014, she embarked on her art career. She attended Art School in Bristol and then worked under the tutelage of a professional abstract artist to build her knowledge, experience and painting techniques. Sally’s instinctive approach to painting is inspired by her life experiences and the landscape surrounding her. Primarily working with a strong, vibrant colour palate, her energy and vigour translates directly into her work. Capturing the concept of non-containment is key, as she has a deep-seated need for a sense of space and infinity in both life and work.
Her new body of work ‘A contemporary twist on Turner’ has been inspired by JMW Turners late works. This 21st Century interpretation is translated onto materials such as Perspex, canvas, linen, and paper with some subtle variations in modernising the subject matter.
Sally has collections of her work hanging globally.
Sally Coulden has created nine Andy Warhol - inspired limited edition prints taken from her original painting ‘Sea Monsters’.
Paper measures 20 x 20 cm (before framing).
These works are inspired by her experience of rowing along the deserted back waters of Bristol seeing the beauty in the industrial and architectural landscape from a unique perspective.
Moving and atmospheric in equal measure.