This Artwork has an abundance of movement and layering throughout.
I wanted the composition and colours to be positive and empowering as a "whole", whilst maintaining a delicate intricacy in the formation of it's shapes and forms.
The underlying inspiration was taken from a simple 12-Bar Blues love song written by George Harrison to his wife Patti Boyd. The song is catchy and pleasing to the ear yet has the underlying message that projects through the lyrics.
Small hints of Red metallics have been included to portray the underlying message.
The artwork is distinct and definitely catches the eye with the metallics standing against the fresh aquatic blues. On closer inspection, ( or, in relation to the song, closer appreciation of the lyrics), you can find a multitude of layers, shapes, textures and tones that can be widely interpreted by the viewer.
This Artwork is Unframed.
( The photograph/image in the wide silver frame is for reference only to give an idea of what it could look like if you choose to get the artwork framed)