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Miranda lives and works on the edge of the Cotswolds. Her atmospheric paintings capture a landscape in flux. They are rooted in ‘the now’; catching a dynamic yet frozen moment between points of time or space; a place on the brink of change. She plays with light, colour and appearing and disappearing horizons. “I am drawn to the twilight hours and the space where land meets the sky.”


Miranda explores the feeling of being ‘earthed’ and connected to the landscape, immersing herself in the natural world. "I aim to recreate the feeling you experience when encountering something bigger than yourself.”


"My approach is more instinctive and poetic than observational. I attempt to create the feeling of space, light and land in the studio. The relationship is between me, the canvas, and the tools in front of me. I pour, scratch and layer paint, inks and pastels, encouraging controlled ‘accidental’ marks and gestures. I guide them to mimic feathered clouds, misty horizons, and the tracks etched into the landscape."


Miranda has exhibited widely and is represented by galleries across the country. She has many collectors and is one of a handful of artists working with the interiors company Neptune, selling prints of her work in stores and online. 

A painting is not a picture of an experience, it is the experience. ​Mark Rothko

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