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‘Counterpoint’ by Laura H Elliott

£450.00

“The 'Landscape Moods Collection’ of paintings have progressively exploring abstraction, colour and texture. These artworks reflect my desire to be constantly evolving, in order to progress my work. These collections draw inspiration from a number of sources, including patterns, shapes and colours found within the four different elements: earth, water, wind and fire. Bright colours and flourscent neon paints will express energy and vibrance. As with all my work, the key components are emotions and mood at the time of creation, maintaining a fluidity of ideas and a freedom of exploration.”

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Description

This painting was a turning point in my painting, with a move into exploring abstraction, texture and form. This painting has had a slow development to mix natural tones with edgy fluorescent stripes and a subtle hint of metallics. The beauty of this piece is that the painting changes, sparkles and glows when viewed at different angles and under different lighting.

Mediums used: Acrylic paint (gloss, matt and fluorescent), Natural Sand, Metal Leaf and Metallic Foil on a Loxley gold deep edged canvas

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Size (w x h x d): 91 x 60 x 3 cm / 24 x 36 x 1.5 Inches

All artworks & designs displayed are © Copyright by artist Laura H Elliott BA (Hons), Dip.
“The ‘Landscape Moods Collection’ of paintings have progressively exploring abstraction, colour and texture. These artworks reflect my desire to be constantly evolving, in order to progress my work. These collections draw inspiration from a number of sources, including patterns, shapes and colours found within the four different elements: earth, water, wind and fire. Bright colours and flourscent neon paints will express energy and vibrance. As with all my work, the key components are emotions and mood at the time of creation, maintaining a fluidity of ideas and a freedom of exploration.”

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