"Through colour and form my objective is to create works that evoke a sense of order, and with that order, peace."
April Pyne was born in Brooklyn New York and currently makes her home in Moncton, New Brunswick. Self-taught she has studied the language of abstraction while creating a language of her own. April is influenced by artists such as Mark Rothko, Paul Klee, The Russian Constructivists and mid-century Modern Design. Her work has been seen in publications such as 'Abstractions' (USA), and 'The Menteur' (France). She has exhibited at the Bougie Art Gallery, Nuage B and Georges Laoun. April's work is currently on show at Partial Gallery , Toronto.
I am a visual artist living in Moncton, New Brunswick. My work explores minimalist objects, simplified shapes and fragmented forms that are reminiscent of interiors, exteriors and sky. I am fascinated with transition spaces; doorways, stairs, paths, and bridges. I paint in acrylic, pastels and oils. With these materials I create textures that recall stones, dust and sidewalks. Through colour and form my object is to create works that evoke a sense of order, and with that order, peace.