London based artist Nina Baxter produces geometric abstract paintings that focus on the interaction of colour. Currently working from a studio in Peckham’s Bussey Building, her paintings draw inspiration from landscape, architecture, photography and music. Baxter often uses collage as a drawing technique and method of arranging compositions. With a focus on clean lines, bold complimentary colours and geometric shapes, she explores the artists' ability to combine genres or art forms. This exploration has led to paintings in which the artist attempts to translate music, architecture and literature into abstract compositions. Baxter's work is heavily influenced by her background in Art History.