About the Work
Since the 1970s, Albrecht's work has evolved from the poured acrylic 'stained canvases' for which she first gained widespread recognition, into a pair of signature 'shaped-canvas' formats: the hemisphere (half circle) & the oval. These are shapes that Albrecht associates with particular meanings & states of mind. In the shaped-canvas paintings she has been producing since the early 1980s, resonant combinations of colour and geometry create images with a clear poetic impulse, in which references to landscape, family and the cosmos act as emotional points of departure.
Image 568 x 760mm
woodcut on paper
Semi circle woodcut print, with a line down the centre, showing the wood grain in black ink with two narrow horizontal black rectangles, on a white background.
Collection of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui. Gift of the artist, 2001
20 Feb 2001