A very broken down boat that someone has taken the trouble to tie up safely. It is obvious it must mean something to the owner. Framed in a simple white frame. Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity W 11.50" x H 9.50" Media: oil Surface: Linen on Panel
This digital collage of Gabriel García Márquez's masterpiece, One Hundred Years of Solitude, is constructed from 40 layers of individually cut elements, shaped by freehand using a graphics pen and pad. It is one in a series of literary inspired artworks that are developed from skethces from still life settings and then constructed from layers of vibrant colours and textures.
I work with my inner voice, my feelings, until I’m happy with my work. My art is me, my paintings, wherever they go in the world, a part of me goes with them. I love painting women, my women are all beautiful, women don’t need faces or clothes to portray beauty. My women come in all shapes and sizes they could be from anywhere in the world. Beauty is a feeling, a glow inside that radiates out, I try to capture that glow with every brush or knife stroke. I wanted 'Lady with long black hair