Louise Bourne: All This at Once

Works
  • Louise Bourne, All This at Once April Snow
    Louise Bourne, All This at Once April Snow
  • Louise Bourne, Down the Hall
    Louise Bourne, Down the Hall
  • Louise Bourne, Late Night and New Moon
    Louise Bourne, Late Night and New Moon
  • Louise Bourne, Light in Sink
    Louise Bourne, Light in Sink
  • Louise Bourne, Missing the Island Diptych
    Louise Bourne, Missing the Island Diptych
  • Louise Bourne Mums and Fall Fruit Oil on canvas 24 x 18 in 61 x 45.7 cm
    Louise Bourne
    Mums and Fall Fruit
    Oil on canvas
    24 x 18 in
    61 x 45.7 cm
    $ 3,200.00
  • Louise Bourne, Porch and Sparkle
    Louise Bourne, Porch and Sparkle
  • Louise Bourne, Queen Annes' Lace
    Louise Bourne, Queen Annes' Lace
  • Louise Bourne, Spring Field Maples and Apples
    Louise Bourne, Spring Field Maples and Apples
  • Louise Bourne, Summer Afternoon
    Louise Bourne, Summer Afternoon
  • Louise Bourne Sunflower Porch Triptych Oil on canvas 40 x 90 in 101.6 x 228.6 cm
    Louise Bourne
    Sunflower Porch Triptych
    Oil on canvas
    40 x 90 in
    101.6 x 228.6 cm
    $ 11,000.00
  • Louise Bourne Front Comes Down Bay Triptych Oil on panel 10 x 24 in 25.4 x 61 cm
    Louise Bourne
    Front Comes Down Bay Triptych
    Oil on panel
    10 x 24 in
    25.4 x 61 cm
  • Louise Bourne Yellow Russets Oil on canvas 24 x 18 in 61 x 45.7 cm
    Louise Bourne
    Yellow Russets
    Oil on canvas
    24 x 18 in
    61 x 45.7 cm
    $ 3,200.00
  • Louise Bourne Walk with Em and Clover Oil on canvas 30 x 30 in 76.2 x 76.2 cm
    Louise Bourne
    Walk with Em and Clover
    Oil on canvas
    30 x 30 in
    76.2 x 76.2 cm
    $ 3,500.00
  • Louise Bourne, Winter Wave Break
    Louise Bourne, Winter Wave Break
Installation Views
Overview

All this at Once 

 

"I am fascinated by how color shifts as it moves across a surface, how it accumulates to form  atmosphere and complexion, subject to the dazzling whims of natural light. It makes me itch to  respond in paint. I like the cluttered arena of a family table top, the way people and objects  blend into a setting, all held in the confluence of exterior light with interior space. My  paintings are time suspended, as they are structured upon changing complexities of color that  I observe in the painting process, rather than in one moment.  

 

Painting is a way to have my feet on the ground, while opening my senses to the stunning  glory in front of me, even while acknowledging the worldʼs chaos. And then, to respond; to  work, work more, to find a kind of order, a particular path, with the physical reality of oil,  pigment and surface. It's highly personal, and yet, I hope the final product awakens something  in someone else."

 

Louise Bourne 

December 10th, 2021