Polish artist Evy Meehan first moved to London in 2006 after graduating with a Master’s in Architecture from the University of Szczecin. Evy started working at large architectural firms such as RTKL and TP Bennett before becoming an artist fulltime. Since developing her practice, Evy has participated in fairs across London as well as galleries in the UK. Her artwork can also be found in commercial spaces around London, usually and most appropriately in Architectural firms.
of form and color creates what appears to be complex buildings. Her block colors are perfectly placed and give a strong sense of depth and substance but contain little or no recognizable buildings, rather abstract objects taken from real life, changed, simplified, or exaggerated. The colors used often lends to the complexity of the building. The calmer colors lend to the more obvious forms.
Due to the countless layers that make up a single painting, the process is a long and time-consuming one. Each piece is made up of several layers which all need to completely dry before the next is added. This is necessary as the building needs to take on some sort of form rather than remain totally abstract. Her works are available from Images in Frames in neon acrylic frames which compliment her form and color and offer something fresh and different.