Moving in Colours Bright
Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.
Availble for UK delivery only.
“Moving in Colours Bright” is an ethereal abstract sunset seascape oil painting 70 x 70cm (27.5 x 27.5 inches) on a 4cm (1.5 inch) deep canvas. Painted after spending time in Cornwall and watching the vivid sunsets over Mounts Bay. It’s titled from the song “Amsterdam” by John Martyn
It's painted in shades of blue, pink, orange, white and metallic gold. The paint is layered and blended and heavily textured in parts. It is varnished to protect it and has a glossy sheen. The painting continues around the sides of the artwork and it is signed on the back. It’s ready to hang and comes with a signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity.
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(Please note the in situ images are not to scale but hopefully they give an good idea of how the painting will look in a modern interior.)
W 70.00 cm x H 70.00 cm
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About the Artist
I am an abstract painter inspired by nature and music. The sea provides me with powerful inspiration and I am endlessly fascinated with the horizon and it's symbolism. I paint my abstract seascapes from memory rather than life and I want to evoke a sense of place however abstract the work becomes...