Naomi Litvack‘s artistic practice is concerned primarily with landscape; exploring layers of history, the concept of the monumental and human mark making through time.
The primary sources of research material and imagery in Naomi‘s work are personal experiences of landscapes visited and explored. Themes of isolation, stillness and modern society’s tenuous connection to nature pervade her painting. Ideas of memory, passing by, flashes of encounter, light, time and weather are all present. Naomi aims through her practice to present landscape as something timeless and ethereal, yet also tangible.
Naomi Litvack is from Belfast. She completed a BA in Painting at Manchester School of Art in 2014 and an MFA in Fine Art at Belfast School of Art in 2018. She was 2018-19 Artist in Residence at St Mary’s School, Calne, and curator of the Flax Gallery at Mossley Mill in 2019-20.
Naomi has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally, and has been the recipient of prizes and accolades including the University of Ulster Broadening Horizons Travel Grant and the Leonard James Little Award for Painting at Manchester School of Art. She has been shortlisted for Bloomberg New Contemporaries and Saatchi New Sensations. Her work is held in various private collections.
Commissions are welcomed.