Melinda Marshall is a contemporary artist who works on both canvas and wood panel. Based in Vancouver’s downtown east side, her abstract pieces are multilayered works that look to bring form to the beauty and emotion that surround us on a daily basis.
Melinda has been influenced by an eclectic array of artists ranging from Claude Monet to Gerhard Richter. Working with a variety of different mediums including resin, gels and acrylics, she produces work of bold colours as well as more muted tones.
"Much of my work evolves through the use of multiple layers. In life there is always something going on beneath the surface and I want my work to reflect that. Some images are simple and easily accessed while others ask for a more considered approach to viewing them; to look below the surface to see what is really there"