“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love colour the most…” John Ruskin There is something very honest about the love of colour. With an innocence and openness refined through years of enquiry, Brigitte Anne Hague cites the work of Albert Irvin and Howard Hodgkin as key influences. Her distinctive screen prints are the culmination of an inner journey in colour. A mature artist, her life has been tinged with the experience of loss and family illness.
Hague’s focus and escape is a meditative, emotive journey through colour and expression.