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The mix of the vibrant lime green and the greys with the light wispish grey of the sky are meant to provide a frission between more so-called rich vibrant alive colours and those usually associated with being drab, boring, muncipal, to express that heightened feeling of energy and aliveness that one often feels after the rain has gone, when the atmosphere is charged with negative ions, and the grass seems to be luscious and excited. After the beating drabness of the rain, the suffocation of possibility comes the energy, the possibilities, the promise…everything refreshed and ready to move. A friend tells me it
is menacing, or broody at least, pregnant with threat (perhaps of more rain) these are some possibilities of how to look at it.
Parting is such sweet sorrow!.
I will be exhibiting for 2-3 weeks in Noah’s Yard, Uplands, Swansea starting on the 23rd July 2013 – this is the opening night and you are all invited to the opening do! Noah has kindly given me his main brick wall to play with so I will be exhibiting at least 12 pieces of artwork for a few weeks. It would be lovely to see you there particularly on the opening night on the 23rd July
arranging an art exhibition in my front basement room!! Watch this space..!!
Recent Work in progress
I am not sure if Abstract Landscape are what my paintings are exactly after researching other paintings in this ‘school’ – so I need a new name for this new style if anyone can oblige!??