Artist Neil Douglas
Medium: Oil and acrylic on plaster board
Dimensions: 13.75H x 13.75W in
Original Artwork Price: $2,500
Starting on the floor of the studio on unstretched canvas, the artist drips paint intuitively to find the composition. His inspiration for Jacaranda blossoms come from his hometown roots in London cities. The artist recalls growing up in a poor run down neighborhood which would annually become covered in a blanket of blue and purple blossoms. These pockets of nature in cities encapsulated subtle moments where beauty can be found and community can show pride.
"All of my blossom paintings originate by studying nature within the city limits, focusing on the contrast of nature against the manmade. ‘Monochrome Blossom’ incorporates materials associated with urban construction - plaster, wood etc. and uses them as a starting point to build the painting surface and ultimately Influence the painting composition." - Neil Douglas
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