New artwork in the collection – "Immortality Tree (Marooned)" by Amy Beager

The Noewe Foundation has added new artwork to its collection – the painting "Immortality Tree (Marooned)" by Amy Beager. Amy Beager (b. 1988) lives and works from her studio in Essex, UK. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Nottingham Trent University in 2010. Beager was recently selected as a winner for the Ingram Prize 2022 and previously The Delphian Gallery Open Call in 2020.

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Amy Beager. Immortality Tree (Marooned), 2023 (acrylic, oil, pastel, marble dust on canvas, 200 x 160 cm). Collection of the Noewe Foundation

Amy Beager has exhibited at a number of London Galleries including the Saatchi Gallery, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Huxley Parlour Gallery, Unit London and Wilder Gallery among others. She has also exhibited Internationally in Switzerland, Germany, China and at art fairs in Miami and Copenhagen. Beager's work has been acquired by The Ingram Collection, Soho House, Del Arco Collection and placed in multiple private collections globally.

Combining classical Grecian figures with fresh, abstract shapes, Amy Beager pays a clever homage to art history. Captivated by the “vitality” of paint, Beager uses a lively mixture of refined and fluid brushstrokes, blending acrylics and oils to create celestial paintings rooted in melodrama. Her romantic compositions, exploring themes of love and tragedy, convey intimacy and melancholy through an alluring color palette of delicate hues like moss green and flamingo pink.

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