Modern contemporary art, painting, oils, cut and paste art, spatial art, quantum art, open space art, conceptual, figurative art, beautiful art, contemporary romanticism, symbolism ,animal art, British art wildlife, marine life, birds, abstract space, magical thinking form, shapes, matter, colour, canvas life forms, space dimensions, metaphysical, world culture, elephants,dogs,deer, trees, water, blue skies, mountains, new art, canvas cut outs, world art, quantum art, quirky expressionism, humour
Satire, post modern, multi dimensions, flora fauna, modern baroque, beauty movement air wind light water earth quantum light altermodernism post surreal,
Maxine Cameron trained at The Norwich School of Art under tutors John Lessore and John Wonnacot. She graduated in 1983 including a year at the Ecole des Beaux-arts de Nimes, France and won the Sir Winston Churchill Prize for Most Promising Young Artist.She has worked as a practicing Artist ever since. From a body of contemporary work ranging from life models to figurative painting and expressionistic landscape studies of the East Anglia region of the UK, she passed through periods of abstract painting, minimalism, deconstructing the image and surrealism while thinking about metaphysics and quantum physics, which produced a series of wildlife work: depicting individual elements of life and beauty in large white spaces.Now in 2011, she has returned to the animal themes: but bringing together a number of elements from previous work, invoking interesting correlations between the spatial perspectives and terms of reality: spatial works of celebration, fun and magical thinking. Images are painted then lifted, cut out from their original settings then reformed on fresh open spaces bringing a dimensional shift to the workShe has exhibited in numerous galleries and public forums throughout Glasgow, Southern France, Norwich, Norfolk, Suffolk Galleries, the Boxford and Lavenham Galleries and in London: The Tricycle Theatre, Young Unknowns, various one man shows in Portobello & Camberwell. The Gagliardi Gallery, Northcote Gallery, Webbs Gallery and Gallery Kaleidoscope, and Quantum Contemporary Art Gallery - and the Affordable Art Fairs of London, Bristol and New York and various community Art projects. Also Saatchi on line and many other internet art communities.