Warburton’s compositions are brushed, sprayed, carved, splattered, scraped or poured and the use of texture provides an organic feel that encourages the viewer to linger and visually rove across the canvas.
Her insistence of refusing to stay within the hierarchical territories of traditional realism, biomorphic abstraction or natural representation is founded on a simple but striking strategy: ” I paint whatever I feel”.
A remarkable quest and an even more remarkable achievement: the merging of differences in subject matter and the nuance with differences in motif and message. Her works evoke a feeling rather than represent one, they manage to function as an undifferentiated state of harmony. They are also strikingly beautiful.
-Donald Brackett, Cdn. Art Critic, past Executive Director of both Professional Art Dealers Association of Canada and the Ontario Associations of Art Galleries
Her paintings are aptly termed” Loft Artwork”, as they are large in size, over 4 feet, and this sheer size of her work is truly the immediate visual link between her collection.
Warburton’s works are hanging in corporate, institutional and private collections throughout Canada, USA, UK, Europe and Australia. The 3rd season of HBO’s series HUNG also featured some of her work.
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