Malvern Wells
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Malvern Wells Malvern Wells

Malvern Wells

Price
£3,300
Painting medium: Acrylic paint

Frame: dark grey wooden

Original

Gallery: GreenStage Gallery

Ships from: United Kingdom

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Description

About the artwork
Paul's work is predominantly about subjective colour and vibrant mark-making, which are used in both an abstract and representational way. Paul was trained as an abstract painter and became interested in landscape when he moved to Worcestershire from London. Although his paintings are representational, they lean towards abstraction using constructional spatial devices in the composition, and use of subjective colour to describe space. Malvern Wells immediately breaks down what we assume landscape art to be with it's portrait display, the bright orange and yellow fields are complimented well by the vivid blue trees.

Specification

Medium Acrylic paint
Support Board
Framed? Yes
Frame Type dark grey wooden
Subjects Landscape,
Style Expressionist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity No
Artwork Dimensions: 139 X 97 X 2 X cm

About Paul Powis

Paul began his art training at the Birmingham College of Art and Design, studying for a Foundation in Art and Design between 1968-69. He then went on to study at Portsmouth Polytechnic, gaining a BA Hons in Fine Art in 1973. Principally training as an abstract artist Paul became interested in landscape when he moved from London to Worcestershire. He has exhibited extensively and has built up an enviable international reputation as a landscape painter. Exhibiting across the country at prestigious venues including the Mall Galleries, The Royal College of Art, and the Royal Festival Hall, London.

Paul's work has also appeared at municipal museums and art galleries throughout the UK as well as America. His painting, Rape, appeared in an advert for VW, achieving worldwide recognition and being exhibited in the Museum of Modern Illustration in New York. His work has also been shown in the Best Of British Illustration exhibition for the last ten years. A collection of his original acrylics was also recently displayed at the Halcyon Gallery's Art In Miniature exhibition. His paintings have been published in over twenty books in the last five years and he is a regular contributor to magazines such as Artist & Illustrator. Paul's work is predominantly about subjective colour and vibrant mark-making, which are used in both an abstract and representational way.Paul lives in Worcester with his artist wife Sara Hayward.