“My working process is instinctive. I have some idea at the outset what I will paint, usually based on the domestic and even the overlooked.
“I will begin to realise an idea, at some point the painting process takes over and through a systematic adding and subtracting of paint the image begins to emerge. I sift through a personal and familiar process of observation memory and recall. Eventually, the painting is realised… a fragile duplicate of the original concept.”
Marilyn Browning’s understated paintings are a treat. Her seemingly ‘simple’ canvases are instantly memorable.
Since graduating from Falmouth College of Arts in 1999, Marilyn has steadily built a strong reputation and has exhibited widely, mostly in Devon, Cornwall and London.