Artist Tay Dall
Tay Dall (1966, South Africa) Her art does not fall under the cliché or any canons of modern art. Dall uses various media in thick layers to bring depth and richness to a lifeless surface. Dall does not dwell on social or political causeor paint for a particular audience. On the contrary, Tay Dall paints for the purest pleasure of creation, for the free flow of subconscious thought, for the need to escape the confines of law and order. Dall's way of seeing things within her own sense of timelessness, the appreciation the imperfect beauty of colour and form, the subtle splash of winter sunlight and the texture of rough canvas - pure-raw-genuine soul. This is Dall's personal struggle with art, the incongruous relationship between structure and space. There is often a furious circular quality evident in a Dall composition. Many of the organic forms in her work are but mere extensions of the circle. To Dall the circle of life begins and ends in the exact same spot.