Fluid Dynamics III
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Fluid Dynamics III

Painting medium: Mixed-media

Frame: Frame


Gallery: Wychwood Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
Canvas Size: H 60cm x W 60cm x D 3cmFramed Size: H 70cm x W 70cm x D 4.5cm(Please note that in situ images are purely an indication of how a piece may look.)Painting has been signed by the artist on the front of the canvas.This work is sold framed, however, the frame pictured is not what the work is sold in.Fluid Dynamics III is an original landscape painting by Scott Naismith. The work features a vibrant and colourful depiction of an abstracted version of the Scottish Landscape. Scott Naismith spends much of his time travelling around Scotland looking for inspiration. His favourite location is the many lochs and glens found on the West Coast.Scott uses vivid colours in a vigorous application to represent the fast-changing light conditions of the West coast of Scotland. Colour use often becomes an entirely emotional response to the subject while values can remain representational. The love he has for his native Scottish countryside is portrayed in his work through an ebullient energy with which he handles the colour with palette knife and brush.


Medium Mixed-media
Support Canvas
Framed? Yes
Frame Type Frame
Subjects Landscape,
Style Abstract
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity No
Artwork Dimensions: 70 X 70 X 5 X cm

About Scott Naismith

Scott Naismith studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. In June 2000 he left with a BDes in Illustration and Printmaking. Since graduating, Scott has been a full time artist, working from his studio in Glasgow. Much of his time is spent travelling around the country looking for inspiration for another depiction of the Scottish landscape. Scott's paintings are derived from his love of the Scottish landscape and is portrayed through the energy in his paintings. The vigorous application of paint represents the ever-changing light and atmospheric conditions of the west coast of Scotland. Scott explores with colour which may not be entirely representational, moreover his emotional response to the subject.