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Gara Rock

Price
£950
Painting medium: Acrylic paint

Frame: Limed wood and glass

Original

Gallery: One Church Street

Ships from: United Kingdom

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Description

About the artwork
This is one of Deborah's smaller paintings on paper and beautifully framed, but just as vibrant and energetic as her large works on canvas. Since her first emergence in the 1990’s Deborah Lanyon’s practice has taken a slight turn in direction over the last couple of years, inspired by time spent in Italy, Slovenia, France and England. Her travels have allowed her to absorb the culture and landscapes through which she has passed, not only visually, but through all her senses: sound, smell, taste and touch. Sometimes smaller works are created in situ and then transported home to act as further visual stimuli for the larger works, which are mostly painted from collective memory.Embracing this lapse of time between first seeing a place/space – when and where it was – to the moment when the painting is realised, allows her to digest and synthesize ideas over time. It is by no chance then, that Deborah’s paintings seem somehow to remain in the first moment – always fresh, energetic and truly alive.

Specification

Medium Acrylic paint
Support Board
Framed? Yes
Frame Type Limed wood and glass
Subjects Landscape,
Style Abstract
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year created 2017
Artwork Dimensions: 41 X 46 X 4 X cm

About Deborah Lanyon

Whilst working on the edge of both intellect and vision, Deborah still permits the paint to develop its own identity within her paintings. Since her first emergence in the 1990’s Deborah Lanyon’s practice has taken a slight turn in direction over the last couple of years, inspired by time spent in Italy, Slovenia, France and England. Her travels have allowed her to absorb the culture and landscapes through which she has passed, not only visually, but through all her senses: sound, smell, taste and touch. Sometimes smaller works are created in situ and then transported home to act as further visual stimuli for the larger works, which are mostly painted from collective memory.

Embracing this lapse of time between first seeing a place/space – when and where it was – to the moment when the painting is realised, allows her to digest and synthesize ideas over time. It is by no chance then, that Deborah’s paintings seem somehow to remain in the first moment – always fresh, energetic and truly alive.