Industrial, once functional, this landscape sheathed by events that kick our backs and sting our eyes. The molten orange furnace now icy white corrected by the passing of time and halted by natures cruel vines, a moment of luscious green lies to me and I power on through lonely blue arches but the malaise is it’s own and the past cannot be changed. What soul has not been touched by malaise?
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LIMITED EDITION of 10 84 x 59cm Part of a study of old and new in the city - This is printed on archival museum Hahnemuhle fine art paper, including a 2cm approx white border for framing and handling purposes. - Archival quality paper and inks for lasting colour. - Supplied with signed and numbered certificate of authenticity. - The gallery standard print comes layered with acid free tissue, protected by bubble wrap and shipped boxed between boards
LIMITED EDITION of 10 84 x 59cm
I am drawn towards geometric patterns and particularly in cities. This is part of a project I am doing on a particular area in London. Once run down and unpopular but steeped in history. Now it is being redeveloped and is very different. A lot of the new building work is very modern and this image is of a particular bit that has a lot of mirrors. I found this very poignant as it reflects everything as if reflecting on its own history.
- This is printed on archival museum Hahnemuhle fine art paper, including a 2cm approx white border for framing and handling purposes. - Archival quality paper and inks for lasting colour. - Supplied with signed and numbered certificate of authenticity. - The gallery standard print comes layered with acid free tissue, protected by bubble wrap and shipped boxed between boards
The picture was made using various layers of color, starting from a base of acrylic ground on which paper elements have been applied to create textures and characterize the composition.
The painting presents a view of a portion of the city highlighting structures and volumes immersed in a golden light that creates the right climate of abstraction useful to describe a city in particular but not the "city".
The work, painted on canvas with a 2 cm thick wooden frame, is sold without frame but provided with hangers and is therefore ready to be hung as it is.
Artist Note : Geometric painting based on random geometric patterns. Acrylic on canvas
60x60cm / 64x64cm Pigment Print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta 325gsm archival, museum grade paper with Epson Inkjet 11880 and 9 colour K3 pigment inks, that ensure even the smallest details are visible and the colours appear freshly printed, even after 100 years. The print includes a white border to allow for future matting and framing. Unframed Limited edition of 30.
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As a participant of the ART RUSSIA FAIR in Moscow on February 20-23, 2020, a baby climbed on all fours on the floor of my stand ,got out of a stroller, chatted with friends of the Mother, and began to crawl among my two paintings on the floor.I started taking pictures of him and made a video with him. Upon arrival in St. Petersburg, I decided to paint a picture with a Woman in the pose of Sumo wrestlers. There was an empty space on the canvas to her left, and I remembered the Baby.
Art Deco Modernist Style Ink drawing on paper. Frame and mount not included Copyright reserved by the artist. Sent by tracked post.
The owl is often seen as a protector in folklore from all over the world. This oil on canvas board represents guardians who look after you as you sleep
Faringdon Folly is an iconic Tower on the Oxfordshire skyline standing 100 feet tall over the historic market town of Faringdon. After climbing the 154 stairs to the top of the tower the Folly offers superb views over 5 counties. The oil painting is one taken from behind the tower looking east on a clear summers day.
Painted with Oil on Canvas: 100cm x 80cm
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