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“Line, scale, colour and repetition are at the core of my method, tempered by a decorative quality to the finished work. I aim to instil a piece with a feel and atmosphere, where the juxtaposition of colour can evoke opposites, whether harmonious or jarring. To achieve my aims the creation of colour charts play an important role in my working practice as well as bringing a regimentation and order to the studio.
I use different techniques to create a finished work. I experiment photographically and digitally along with hand drawn and coloured images, initially paring them back to simple shapes, shadows and highlights, before building them up again. The process is ever evolving.”
Justine is originally from London where she started her training at Camberwell College of Art studying textiles. She then progressed to Edinburgh College of Art to study Fine Art specialising in Printmaking. Hers was the first year group to study computer imagery and technology alongside traditional printing techniques and she believes that this has opened up many new and interesting opportunities for printmakers.