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Harmony, 2017, paper collage, 29 x 42 cm

Nina Baxter


reating work from her studio in Peckham’s Bussey Building, London based artist Nina Baxter produces geometric abstract paintings that focus on the interaction of colour.

Her large scale canvases draw inspiration from landscape, architecture, photography and music. Exploring the relationships between different art forms, she often uses collage as a drawing technique and method of arranging compositions. A new project has seen the artist exploring poetry and painting, creating visual representations of

work by poets such as Byron, Keats and Rimbaud through the symbolic power of colour. Baxter graduated from The Courtauld Institute of Art with a BA in Art History. Recent exhibitions include The Royal Arts Prize 2017 IV Edition at La Galleria Pall Mall, London, and The Sunny Art Award 2017 Exhibition for which she is a shortlisted artist.

Inside artists - issue 10  
Inside artists - issue 10  

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