Celebrating October (currently on exhibition)
Abstract impressionist landscape painting.
This is one in a series of paintings, large and small which are inspired by this colourful, fleeting and favourite season. I live and works in rural Kent, many paintings are created from observation, memory, and a huge love of colour and vibrant light.
Warm colours, reds, pink, russet, sage green and browns mingle in the grasses.
I love blending and contrasting colour, and playing with colour relationships, as well as interpreting landscape. Semi abstract impressionistic paintings allow her to build up colour, tone and texture. I drop, flick, use palette knives, and rags as well as brushes to create a rich textured surface on the canvas.
This 90x120cm canvas is unframed. It has white painted edges and is strung with picture cord ready to hang.