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Corinne Randall  

painter, printmaker, U.K.

Pastel drawing, 2003, by Corinne Randall, U.K.

Corinne Randall, born in 1964, is a Bristol-based artist who studied textile design in Birmingham. She is particularly interested in expressing colour and its relationship with mood and movement in her paintings.

Themes are derived from quotations takens from the Sacred Writings of the Bahá´í Faith. They fall into four categories based on the elements: fire, air, earth and water. These elements are used as metaphors for exploring links between the divine and the physical.

"Love is light, no matter in what abode it dwelleth", 1993, painting by Corinne Randall, produced as a card by the Vision Factory, U.K.

Ultra Marine, gouache, paint and wax crayon, by Corinne Randall, U.K.

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