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Tomorrow Never Knows

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This semi-abstract painting was inspired more by colour, shape and form than the traditional landscapes I see throughout the various seasons and in all weather conditions. The changing light and shade, a myriad of colours and form, all add up to a feeling, an experience, laid down on to canvas and, it's really down to the viewer to find the various scenes within this artwork.
W 47.00" x H 19.50"
W 119.38 cm x H 49.53 cm
winsor and newton cotton stretched canvas with matching painted edges and ready to hang
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About the Artist

I was born in Huyton, Liverpool and drawing and painting has always been in my blood as far back as I can remember. I studied Art and Art History to A Level standard...gaining an 'A' in each subject. I then went on to start a Foundation Course at Carlisle College of Art, but affairs of the hear...

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The painting looks wonderful in our lounge. The room itself is very neutral, so the vibrant colours stand out.

Submitted by Sharmian N 28/04/2013