This artwork is currently available from the C.O.A.S.T Gallery, 41A West Portland Street, Troon
Textures and Acrylics have been used in this artwork. The palette has been chosen to reflect the end of winter and the on-set of the warmer spring weather. The ice on the river is starting to melt, and the sunlight reflects on the crisp waters.
Size: 40cm x 30cm Frame: Stretched Canvas Housed in 5cm White Wood Frame Medium: Textured Granulated Paint and Acrylics
Deep Waters is a multi-textured artwork on a stretched canvas with layers of resin and acrylics added.
The textures represent the sand and rock formations found in the ocean, while the shades and colours of the water emphasise the varying depths and movement of the water.
The foam forms as the water crashes over the rocks. A very free flowing and dynamic piece of artwork. Housed in a white wooden floating frame.
Size: 105cm x 75cm Frame: Housed in a White Wooden Box Frame with 2cm Width and 4cm Depth. Medium: Textured Paint, Artist Putty, Solid Textured Material, Acrylics & Resin
*This artwork is fairly heavy.
Rising textures and flowing resin give a tranquil and "dream like" quality to this artwork.
The textures are a lovely mixture of linear and rounded effects, which allow them to stand above the layers of resin. The colours have been chosen to represent relaxation and a meditative state of mind.
Size: 60cm x 60cm Frame: Stretched Canvas with a 2cm x 4 cm Deep Black Floater Frame Medium: Heavy texture, Artist Putty, Acrylics & Resin
Waves is a multi layered resin and acrylic artwork on stretched canvas.
An initial layer of textured acrylic paint was used to giving the definition of sand. Subsequent layers of coloured resin were then overlaid to show the flowing waters and foam as the tides move across the ocean floor. The images is reflective with movement and bubbles on surface.
Housed in a white wooden floating frame.
Size: 60cm x 60cm Frame: Stretched Canvas Housed in a 2cm x 4cm Deep White Wood Box Frame Medium: Acrylics, Textures & Resin
Ikigai & Choju SOLD
This artworks was created with an emphasis on oriental shapes and colours. An homage to the first blossoming trees found in Okinawa and the ornate shapes of the Bonsai tree.
Ikigai. The concept of this Japanese word relates to your "reason for being".
Choju. The Japanese word represents a “long life”.
Resin and acrylics were used to achieve the desired images, and the palette was chosen as a homage to Japanese art & culture.
Size:Both Artworks are 51cm x 41cm Frame: Stretched Canvas Housed in Black Wooden Frames with Inner Black Borders. Medium: Acrylics & Resin