Through her intuitive attitudes to painting, Gennet’s works contain a liveliness and vitality built through approaches to the medium shaped and formed within time.
These paintings come about through the experience of Gennet’s outlook to life, through her recollections of looking and feeling within the world. Then in the studio, referring solely to a
single pot plant for the duration of one year, she has channelled her feelings and experiences through this one particular afflatus into enlivened and energised painting.
So, there lies in these works an array of personalised signs formed through bodily gestures, marks, colour and layered forms. These are captured through iterative approaches, moments in painting expressed to elicit sentience's - feelings that are physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual, evoked and activated through her varied approaches to painting. For Gennet, painting holds agency and immediacy to express an almost pre-cognitive sense of being and now.