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Fields Of Gold
New York Times Square night scene
A large multi media impasto painting.
Influences was inspired by looking at abstract artists throughout the 20th Century from simple imagery to bold expression of both subject matter and form wherein I produced a painting which started by throwing swathes of impasto acrylic direct from the tuttle against a yellow grounded box canvas & criss-crossing these strokes of flying paint and letting them settle and harden where they lay.
That made a lattice work of marks which I then painted in, over and in between and added acrylic paint and layered over the top alkyd oils and Sennelier pastels ( a wonderful medium ) all eventually sealed.
Influences are there to be seen or found, I had in mind Kandinsky., Picasso, Cesar Manrique, Mr & Mrs Delaunay, Miro, Klimt, Klee, Rothko, Dali, Hoffman and many others.
I thoroughly enjoyed making this original painting and it deserves a good home.
Crashing Waves (MacMillan Donation)
Eye Of The Beholder
Original oil on canvas board oil painting.
A deceptively large - statement - piece 28 x 18 inches unframed.
In my Abstract Internal-ism style.
The intent is to put you in a nice relaxed mood, finding a moment for yourself, a time and place to own and relax by..even if only for a few moments - homeward bound is Internalistic, it is about finding your centre, your refuge, your peace. Being at ease where you are and in a serene mode of mind.