Artist's description:

I very rarely enter painting competitions but this painting was produced for an international competition with the criteria 'out of place'. I was very pleased when I actually received first place for my painting. These two gulls were quite happy and didn't think they were out of place or in the wrong place as my title suggests. They settled on this man's car every morning and left their evidence behind. I believe that sometimes the every day life or often overlooked items can make ideal subjects for a painting.

Shadow mounted in Rustic Wood frame, cream/ivory colour with a double creamy white border with Artglass Conservation Grade non-reflective glass

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Ink Resist (an old technique which I have tailored to suit my style). My paintings undergo several processes to reach the end result which is unpredictable and quite delightful to create

Ink resist paintings have a unique surface texture. They can be fairly smooth and matte (depending upon how much paint was applied in the first instance) and can appear a little shabby or unrefined. For me this is very appealing and very much the hallmark of this type of painting.

I have been producing Ink Resist paintings since 2015 although I have been playing with the process on and off for about ten years. Please take a look at my other paintings

Materials used:

Artists quality acrylic paint and Indian Ink

In the Wrong Place - Framed - Ready To Hang - Ink resist Painting (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Margaret Battye from United Kingdom

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