Bristol | The United Kingdom
Enya Lachman-Curl’s artistic practice is rooted in composition, form, and colour; she creates oil paintings that sit between stillness and visual density, drawing connections between seemingly differing threads of the same conversation.
Gathering fragments of our environment, like a gardener or an obsessed lover, Lachman-Curl aspires to communicate a sensual intimacy in her work, using paint’s elusive fluid quality to capture a feeling of transience.
Influenced by nature’s ephemeral, nuanced qualities, her work often dances between figurative and abstract. Capturing the landscape’s anthropomorphic quality to create transparency, allowing individual discovery.