"Blue color is everlastingly appointed by the deity to be a source of delight." -- John Ruskin, English Romantic Writer and Painter, 1819-1900
Aqua is an exhibition rich with contrasts with each artist portraying their individual interpretation of seascape in an array of deep, dark, sapphire ad royal blue palettes. The still reflective waters of, ‘Galloway’ provide a faultless mirror reflection to the mountainous landscape surrounding it, yet the crunching, hard-hitting waves in, ‘Wipe-out III- wave abstraction’ and the rich textures of ‘Sea Spray’ create movement and drama. You can almost feel the water spitting onto your face as the sea’s resilient current is captured in thick, swirled paint.
If your dream is to wake up by the sea every morning and to look out over some stunning landscapes, open your eyes to this exhibition where you’ll find some beautiful oceans, hurtling waves and serene scenes simply brimming with colour.
|wipe out III - wave abstraction|
|30 by 30cm. (12' x 12') |
|giclee print on archival paper|
|by danita cole - more artworks, artist's CV|
|71 by 71cm. (28.4' x 28.4') |
|oil and acrylic on canvas|
|by Jacqueline Read-Szymczyk - more artworks, artist's CV|
|The Dead sea is Alive 3|
|75 by 50cm. (30' x 20') |
|Glossy Durst Lambda Fine Art Print - Signed by the Artist |
|by Dubi Roman - more artworks, artist's CV|