Inge Borg Scott: Daydream
20 November 2009—1 February 2010
In the Gallery Café
Inge Borg Scott, August Moon. Acrylic on aluminium, diameter 91.5 cm In this exhibition of recent works by Inge Borg Scott, aluminium discs normally used in aircraft construction are fused with precious metals to reveal images of kaleidoscopic momentum.
Professor Maurice Cockrill RA, Keeper of the Royal Academy, says: "This exhibition is notable both for its technical and thematic differences and for its resplendent colour and vibrant, expressive handling of a range of materials, including the notoriously intractable encaustic.
"The colour is dynamic and rich and through a whole spectral range. The spate of lively imagery shows no sign of abating and this journey of discovery continues to unfold, revealing every new delights and pictorial inventions".
Inge Borg Scott was born and educated in Germany. She has organised many arts events and curated many exhibitions. Her work has been extensively exhibited in the United Kingdom and abroad. Further information can be found at www.ingeborgscott.com.