312535 Ephemeral Precious Memories Ephemeral Precious Memories Ephemeral Precious Memories
312535

Ephemeral Precious Memories

in Acrylic by Paul Calcutt No Artist Reviews
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This piece was created to try to show the fleeting nature of precious memories we hold on to, both positive and negative ( red and blue). The yellow ovoid at the top represents the mind which has become separated from the memories, but is still the light source for them, showing that we still retain some form of recollection of them. The shading of each memory shows that they are essentially 3 dimensional, and the positive ones (red) always (hopefully) remain on top of the negative ones (blue). I guess in simple terms the painting reminds us to remember the memories of the positive experiences of our lives and be thankful for them.
W 16.50" x H 24.50"
W 41.91 cm x H 62.23 cm
Acrylic
Canvas
Abstract
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About the Artist

I have been working as a freelance ceramics and glass restorer since being professionally trained in the early 1990's. As such, I have carried out projects for The British Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC, Glasgow Museums, The Conservation Centre, Salisbury and The National Palace Muse...

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