FRAMED Abstract landscape original acrylic painting on canvas 'Rose quartz underfoot'
An original small square format abstract landscape painting from the new Small Works collection. Titled 'Rose quartz underfoot'.
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Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Professionally framed in a Vic Ash floater frame. Wired on the back and ready to hang.
Small works are easy to style and hang. They make a bold statement on their own and can be grouped together for bigger spaces.
STORY OF THE WORK:
My love of paint and the process of creating paintings brings me a particular energy, one of inspiration and a feeling of being grounded and connected to myself. I hope to pass this joy on the to you.
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STORY OF THE COLLECTION:
The new collection is about capturing the romance of the landscape and the sense of longing for escape that it represents.
Working within a loose structure of an imagined or remembered place gives me the freedom to play with abstraction and to explore and express the feeling of being in a beautiful natural environment, without trying to depict reality.
The process of building layers in an unplanned way gives the work an exciting energy. Using a variety of transparent and opaque layers, some earlier marks are kept and others covered. This overlapping of shapes and colours reveals the essence and story of the painting.
Literal landscape references like trees or reflections of water may appear, but it’s the abstract organic shapes and pops of colour - the glittery light popping through the leaves or the snake-like puddly shadows below the trees - that lead the viewer through the painting to a place of quiet reflection and calm.
Reproduction photography by Matthew Stanton.
© Belinda Marshall