Here are two new artworks which are based on nature and the Fibonacci pattern. I have used paint, posca pens and spray paint to create these paintings. I then used the next door neighbours shelving unit for the frames. A great way to upcycle!
I’ve been working on two little mixed media paintings this week. I’m trying to do two new artworks a week. They don’t have to be big pieces. I’ve used found images, spray paint and gold leaf on these two.
This artwork is painted directly onto a found door, I have used a mixture of cut out silhouettes from wallpaper, spray paint and collaged images. I then finished off with gold leaf.
Another new artwork. This time with two cameos cut from wallpaper. The background is a mixture of household, children’s paints and varnish, slowly building up the layers. I then finished off with gold leaf which finishes it off.
I have used a mixture of household, children’s paints and varnish to create the background of this artwork. I them collaged flowers and a cameo cut from wallpaper. I have made a frame from wood I found in my garden. I then transfered napkins onto the frame to add another layer to it, I then finished off with gold leaf.
These artworks are part of the vestiges series which have been produced as part of my exhibition in Wolverhampton. These will be on show at a wonderful pub called the chindt which is based in Chapel ash, one of the oldest parts of Wolverhampton. The paintings feature Michaelangelo’s David. The fist is a spray painted stencil onto a collaged background and the second is cut out of wallpaper. I have handmade the go frames using found pieces of wood.