Symphony in Yellow - Large Painting on two canvases
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Availble for UK delivery only.
Symphony in Yellow, Oil and enamel on canvas, 200 x 120 x 2 cm on two panels each measuring 100 x 120 x 2 cm.
Symphony in Yellow. How would I define a Symphony? For me, it is when all components work together to form something beautiful. Each separate entity is moving toward chaos but together all aspects resonate at the same frequency to create something astounding. Nature is perfect in her compositions.
Inspired by endless mustard fields dotted with wildflowers and set against summer blue skies. I intentionally used an expressionist background to suggest the continual movement and change of wildlife. Yellow mustard flowers fill the canvas and take me back to childhood memories of a landscape of yellow fields and long warm summers. Delicate pink wildflowers break up the yellow and keep the composition fresh. Symphony in Yellow is ready to hang.
W 200.00 cm x H 120.00 cm
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About the Artist
Angie Wright (b.1973 UK) Angie Wright is an established artist working primarily in acrylic. She employs bold use of colour woven into abstract expressionist landscapes to produce original and striking paintings. An accomplished fine portrait artist Angie’s true passion is in colour and how arran...