This signed screen print was released in 2005 in an edition of 75.
From One To The Other is a horizontal print composed of irregular, curvilinear forms in six colours, and is one in a number of works in which Riley adopts this repeated form, which the artist began making in 1997. Since the 1960s, Riley has worked in series, focusing on a particular formal theme for several years. The curvilinear paintings of the late 1990s and early twenty-first century employ overlapping curved segments, typically in combinations of no more than six colours.
The movement within echoes the cadences of waves rolling on the shore, whilst the shape of the forms is reminiscent of a leaf or petal. Indeed, throughout her artistic career, Riley has continually been inspired by the natural world and its abundance. Although the shapes in From One To The Other are non-representational, like all of Riley’s works, they hint at the shapes and rhythms found in the natural world.