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I came across a poem by André Breton, the founder of Surrealism titled ‘Always for the First Time’. The title struck me instantly.
The title made me think about how each day is so often fleeting and seemingly follows the same routine and yet, it is so different, each moment is nuanced and filtered through our sensibilities, our moods, what we have experienced and learnt.
Each day has its own subtle beginning. The light spreads across the land; the colours that bleed in the sky have their own beautiful arrangement laid out before us.
This is how this understated painting began its life as a new day looking across the Bogland and the distant hills in Ireland

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Oil on deep edged canvas (approx. 12" x 12" x 1.3/4", no need to frame and ready to hang)

Always for the First Time (2015)

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This artwork is sold by John O'Grady from France

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