WHAT OTHERS SAY
What does it look like when colors, forms, waves, textures, calligraphy overlap and converge into a thought abstraction? While fully embedded in the contemporary art tradition, the works of Audrey, careful explorations in form and color, invariably point to evolution, to Gaia in her multitude of forms. And to poetry.
Obviously, color is of great importance in her work. Vibrant as in bougainvillea flowers, lucid as in the impressionist dots of light representing a bird ready to take off, subtle as in the painting “Whispered Form”, where golden yellow is brought to the verge of white, thus creating a veil that is almost not there.
From an article by Charu (summary)