IS ‘Navy the New Black’? It was during my studies of my ‘Art and Design Access Diploma’ that my thoughts of black where challenged. It may sound a bit crazy, but I was taught that, technically, black and white are tones, not colours. By using red, yellow and blue pigments you can create every colour … More • Art Inspiration: IS ‘Navy the New Black’?
Above: ‘Shedding Punk’d Viper’ and ‘Dodge Punk’d Viper’ “Laura Elliott’s ‘Landscape Moods Collection‘ mixed media paintings reflect her desire to be constantly challenging and developing her work, which is taking a colourful leap forward in 2017. Her new body of mixed media paintings will explore surface textures and patterns, outline shapes and softer lines by … More • ‘Shedding Neon’ brings a new wave of drama to the ‘Landscape Moods Collection’
The Duality & Contradictions of Femininity & Masculinity In Art? It was when I was selecting my work for inclusion of the exhibition at The Link Gallery, Winchester for ‘International Women’s Day’ 7th-28th March 2017 that made me sit back and think about gender identity in my work. I feel that colours in everyday products … More • Artwork Focus: The Duality & Contradictions of Femininity & Masculinity In Art?
5th November 2016 – 19th February 2017 This exhibition is a fascinating focus on both Picasso and his models/ sitters. He has been my artist who fires my life-time of work. I find it refreshing how the exhibition highlights the sitters. I have always believed that the life models add a unique influence of the … More • Exhibition Focus: ‘Picasso: The Artist and His Models’ at the Albright-Knox Gallery
To buy Halcyon Days with Degree Art Gallery click here ‘Halcyon Days’ explores the concept of vintage and aged photographs. I have been sorting through my family photographs with some from the late 1800s and early 1900s. The photographs have a textural quality as the photograph has been handled and stored in many different places. … More • Artwork Focus: ‘Halcyon Days’