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The Staircase

The Staircase

in Watercolour by SUZSI CORIO No Artist Reviews
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This painting depicts a wrought iron spiral staircase disappearing up into the trees in the Palm House at Kew Gardens.

It was painted using gesso, watercolour and water soluble pencils and inks. Parts of the image were scratched into and sanded away to evoke a ‘distressed’ & textural effect, leaving a rough, peeling surface to work into.

Just after completing the painting, I read that Kew Gardens had just been voted the U.K's no 1 'Happy place' to visit.

The painting was selected for The Royal Institute of painters in Watercolour 209th exhibition in May 2021 and exhibited at the Mall Galleries London and is professionally mounted, glazed and framed in a simple white wood grain frame.

RI Watercoloiurs, Mall Galleries

W 7.87" x H 11.42"
W 20.00 cm x H 29.00 cm
watercolour paper
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About the Artist

I am a mixed media artist specialising in experimental painting techniques, using a variety of media including watercolour, gesso, ink collage. Since studying constructed textiles at the Royal College of Art, my long career in textile design has continued to inform the subject matter and textu...


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