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I have recently added to this series with 5 new works. These paintings explore deep aquamarine blues with stormy shapes appearing and disappearing through misty veils of whites and greys.
They are painted in a variety of different media, starting with washes of inks and watery acrylics, layered up with thick impastos, scored lines and powdered pigment.
It was a process of covering and uncovering brushstrokes, ink, charcoal and pastel revealing a series of smoky layers.
These paintings explore light and pigment through carefully balanced lights and darks. They give the feel of hazy sunlight shining is through milky white clouds.
Silver Linings are 60 x 60cm and painted in a variety of media including ink, acrylic, charcoal, chalk and powdered pigment.
Photography by Adam Carter Photo.
These extra large 120cm x 120cm pieces work with the colours and textures of this beautiful room (designed by Furnish Interior Design and photographed by Adam Carter). They are made up of layer upon layer of pigment, ink and drawn lines. Blending rich, raw colour with soft diffusing washes.
Abstract art can create a greater level of depth to a room. Providing subtle shifts in view without the constraints of a figurative piece.