Artist's description:


The culmination and a move towards final pieces of the 'Art in the rain ' series 2007 -2010. The series of works were inspired by the initial theme of liberation and painted outdoors in the pouring rain throughout the summerrain of 2008 ( I was also dealing with personal grief at the time ).

As the work evolved, as the series progressed, this piece arrived, almost pivitol in itself, made to declare a major reflection, a major comment with respect to my personal addictions and the need for liberation, freedom from rank habituality and dependence.

This large piece, as an aside, was later chosen to be displayed in the Mall galleries with two other pieces on behalf of the art campaign for the annual Suerydercare charity exhibition.

- though the full reasoning behind it's existence and meaning was not declared as the process was still wrought and fresh and not yet settled with any certainty -

It is a substantial piece of art and means a great deal to me. The media applied consists of acrylic paint, polymer spray paint and interference media both hand painted, stenciled and free flow drips.

I am about ready to let it go, it being just over ten years, since my mother died from cancer on Mothers Day 2006. Please regard it as it is, the sentiment is mine though it may well find accord with others or just be liked as is.

Thank you.

Materials used:

paint, acrylic, polymer, mediums, water, stencils

Progression (2008)


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