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Synopsis of painting ‘black and white pattern.’

By |2022-06-22T11:08:42+00:00August 24, 2020|Categories: 1990-1997, Artists I Like, My Fine Art, Personal, Philosophical Mood|

Introduction It's strange how, when you do art, looking at it complete maybe a couple of months or even years. It can take you back to that very moment you were creating it. I find artists mention this to me, and it's true! I can sometimes remember what I [...]

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A synopsis of my Fine Art painting ‘ Family.’

By |2022-07-30T20:40:41+00:00August 24, 2020|Categories: 2017 - Now, Artists I Like, Happy Loving Life, Mental Health Low, My Fine Art|

Introduction I created this initially as I was going through a 'blip' in the direction of my art. I thought I would do a pink girlie piece for some well-off teenager in Cheshire. I thought of stopping doing art for myself and started to think commercially. As I sat [...]

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Synopsis of the painting ‘Free Spirit.’

By |2022-06-22T11:12:03+00:00August 24, 2020|Categories: 2017 - Now, Artists I Like, Happy Loving Life, Improve Skills Mood, Learning Mood, My Fine Art, Philosophical Mood|

Introduction This artwork could be looked at me, moaning. I think that's okay, as it's an affirmative, healthy moan, as I've created something positive from it. I've always used my art to help me with my mental health. I come from a very upsetting background, where my parents left [...]

A synopsis of my painting ‘Consumed.’

By |2022-07-20T13:03:50+00:00August 24, 2020|Categories: art history 2007 - 2017, Artists I Like, Happy Loving Life, Improve Skills Mood, Learning Mood, My Fine Art, Philosophical Mood|

Introduction This painting expresses the technique of meditation and living a life in a humble Buddhist way. The boy is swirling around underwater, almost uncontrollably. It's a metaphor for how we all feel in life sometimes. The decisions we make are mainly down to acquiring money and [...]

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