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Morag Ballard

Morag Ballard is a British artist who has evolved her own individual interpretation of the constructivist language of Modernist abstraction. Her images explore shape, form and colour relationships with abstraction as her method of understanding and depicting space. A language of forms derived from the architecture of the modern urban environment was used in more recent paintings depicting fictional, illusory architectural spaces. Ballard had seven solo exhibitions with England & Co and was included in group exhibitions curated by the gallery. Her works were featured in St Ives and Beyond at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester. Selected archive images appear on this page.


Constructions & mixed media

Stanza - Details

Stanza 2010
15 x 30 inches
Oil on wood relief

Private collection

Gyroscope - Details

Gyroscope 2005
24 x 40 inches
Oil on wood relief

Private collection

Ref: MB86
Alto - Details

Alto 2005
23.5 x 18 inches
Oil on wood relief

Private collection

White Box - Details

White Box 1990
11.75 x 8.25 x 4.25inches
Mixed media construction in found wooden box

Private collection

Hanging Piece i - Details

Hanging Piece i
5.5 x 12 x 5 inches
Wood and aluminium

Private collection