Lesley Seeger is a North Yorkshire painter of colourful abstract flowers and landscapes, mainly in acrylic in a format of 3 foot square. She has been painting for 25 years and was influenced by her time in Sri Lanka. She is artist in residence at Burton Agnes Hall.
Her style of painting changed over the years as she experimented with colours and repeated shapes, sometimes a riot of colour,sometimes limiting to a predominating colour. She also used scratching out to reveal colour underneath.
Her work moved towards landscapes, especially of Yorkshire scenes, with the familiar composition of front, middle and distant with a movement through it. Her work progressed from hot colours into lighter, calmer compositions.
Details of her work, with better images of her work than on this blog, can be seen at > www.lesleyseeger.com
In 2009 Lesley developed her abstract flower paintings
In 2010 Leslie started to develop sketches into painted landscapes
In 2013 Leslie produced abstract floral paintings as “observed landscapes”
In 2014 Leslie took on more commissioned landscape work
Some of Leslie’s more recent work.