Paintings

What is beyond, acrylic on cotton (detail)

What is beyond, acrylic on cotton (detail)

 

My current work explores broken grids.  These appeared in a painting inspired by Virginia Woolf’s first novel, ‘The Voyage Out’.  I wrote in my journal:

‘And there is also the thought that the grids represent a veil – allowing glimpses beneath, whilst also distorting and hiding, shading, holding back.  Is this something to do with the spirit – which is unseen and yet it’s presence is felt, known, acknowledged and simultaneously hidden from view?’

 

Painting

Flambeaux, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 50 x 50cm, Sold

Painting

A Glad Day, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 50 x 50cm, unframed

 

Painting

In a liminal zone, oil on canvas, 100 x 100cm

Painting

I am invisible, oil on canvas, 100 x 100cm.  Sold

I like my paintings to flow, and will literally pour my paint onto a canvas, paper, threads or glass. Using oils and acrylics, the drying time varies enormously and I usually have more than one piece in progress at once.

Painting

Looking back, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 84 x 84cm, unframed

Painting

Orbital, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 84 x 84cm, unframed

Visible, Invisible, Veiled‘ is the title of this continuing body of work, which sees me walking in the woods, photographing broken grids wherever I find them, reading, writing and naming my pieces after their creation – quite a departure for someone who up until now has focussed upon interpreting a piece of music, a book or a poem.

 

Painting

Duet, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 50 x 50cm, framed

Painting

Reticulation acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 50 x 50cm, unframed

 

Painting

Lifeforce, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 84 x 84cm, unframed

 

Painting

Moon Dance, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque paper, 84 x 84 cm, unframed

 

Painting

Sun on my face, acrylic on Moulin de Larroque Paper, 84 x 84cm, unframed

 

 

 

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