Peach Panorama
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Peach Panorama

Painting medium: Mixed-media



Gallery: Wychwood Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
Capturing an evening moorland sunset with a beautiful peach skyline. The peach tones contrast with the burnt umber/burnt sienna textured foreground. The painting is semi-abstracted and you can see how I have scraped through the wet paint to create linear movement in the piece. This wide panoramic painting is presented in a soft, off white, deep cut mount.Image size: H:22.5 cm x W:47.5 cmComplete Size of Unframed Work: H:39.5 cm x W:64.5 cm x D:0.5cmSold UnframedPlease note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may look.


Medium Mixed-media
Support Board
Framed? No
Subjects Landscape,
Style Expressionist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity No
Artwork Dimensions: 39.5 X 64.5 X 0.5 X cm

About Luisa Holden

Luisa is a York based contemporary painter who works spontaneously in a semi abstract/abstract style. Her work often features the North Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire, Northumberland and Cornish coastlines as well as expressive and ‘edgy’ still life. Working primarily in acrylics, mixed media (sometimes employing gold leaf), she favours a muted, unifying colour palette and enjoys the interplay of neutral tones with bright colour. Luisa loves to capture light and atmosphere, preferring to get the ‘sense’ of a picture rather than relating too much detail. Texture, sgrafitto (scratching through the wet, buttery paint)and big gestural marks are characteristic of her work, contrasting thick palette knife marks and brushstrokes with thin transparent glazes. Luisa’s work has been exhibited widely throughout Yorkshire, including solo shows at the Helmsley Arts Centre and Beningbrough Hall (National Trust) in North Yorkshire. She has exhibited with the Society of Women Artists at the Mall Galleries in London 2015, 2016 and 2020/2021 (online), the Great North Art Show, Ripon Cathedral (2015), Ferens Art Gallery, Hull (2018), LFA (Leeds Fine Artists) Showcase 2019 (Huddersfield Art Gallery) & LFA Dean Clough 2018/19). In 2020 she was invited to take part in an online exhibition with Highgate Contemporary Art Gallery entitled “Interpretations of Landscape”. In 2018 Luisa was delighted to be elected a member of Leeds Fine Artists, established 1874 which makes it one of the oldest regional arts bodies in the UK. Luisa has collections of work in the US, Sweden, Germany and Eire.