Horse Metamorphosis a gold Arabian horse on red
Horse Metamorphosis is a 31.5 x 47x.0.5 inches large contemporary red oil painting of beautiful gold Arabian horse against an abstract bright red background. The golden horse dances in the foreground inside a dark forest with mottled light falling in patches on the path out towards the clearing. The path leads out of the woods and into a glowing summer wildflower meadow. Veils of transparent bright red hang over the scene as the horse begins to emerge from that world into a different one. The painting was started years ago simply to reflect the happiness I get when looking at a beautiful horse but become something more when the red veils were added which gives it a real presence. The original message of the painting was that there is more to life than hiding in the dark. I think now the message is more that there are other realities and that is worth exploring them. It is painted on thin edged canvas painted red, ready to hang.
W 119.38 cm x H 81.28 cm
- Delivery And Packing Information
Don't worry, if your purchase your artwork and then decide you don't like it, you feel the artwork isn't quite right or you just no longer want it, no problem! We offer a 14 day no quibble returns policy on all our artworks.Find out More
Buy with 0% interest loan through Own Art
Own Art makes buying art easy and affordable by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest free loan. With over 45541 artworks to choose from, you could start a collection today from as little as £10 per month.
Please note, the minimum loan amount is £100. This can either be for the purchase of a single item, or for a group of items where the combined value is £100 or more.
About the Artist
Gill Bustamante is a professional artist based in East Sussex who creates large semi abstract landscape and wildlife paintings in oil on canvas. Her painting style is very distinct and often fuses art-nouveau, expressionist and semi-abstract techniques with traditional portraiture that reflect he...