Joanna McFarland in her studio
Non-objective art is free from conventional, representational art such as landscape and figures. They are expressions of personal liberation, into which I invite you to explore and discover.
I follow in the footsteps of 20th century abstract expressionists such as Clyfford Still, Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. But I have an affinity with other female contemporary non-objective painters such as Fujiko Shiraga and Lila Lewis Irving.