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Autumn flowers on rainy Wednesday
Watch the time lapse of this piece being made. Bare footed and wearing my Dad’s overalls.
Made on the floor of my studio in Holywood while people watched from the window. I have always dreamt of having the space to create in this way! Acrylic on extra large heavy weight paper.
If you have a hall landing big enough for this burst of energy with neon flecks this piece would be perfect!
This VERY LARGE piece is now dry and ready to go to the framers.
The frame will need a perspex protection instead of glass to fit the size.
During my time at art college I made large paintings during what is known as a “performance” where there is an accidental audience of people passing by. Alternatively on the opening night of an exhibition I would make a piece “live” while my invited guests watched the painting unfold from start to finish.
It is not uncommon now for us to watch street artists or painters live on social media making their work while others watched. I have always enjoyed it and during the half term break I made this life size Autumnal flower painting. It was a rainy day and I made the painting as people looked through the window of the studio holding their umbrellas.
It would be perfect in a hall landing or above a fireplace in its mighty size of 152cm x 240cm!
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I use art in all it’s mediums to express my love for the “everyday”. Coffee cups, familiar landmarks, colour associations. All of these, I believe contribute to what is known as our “everyday”. Not only do I love drawing them, I think they are worth placing importance on.
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