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Oil painting on thick primed cardboard. Colours include crimson, rose, sap green, violet, umber, yellow, cream, orange and grey.

Dimensions: 12 by 16 inches; 303 x 405 mm. Approx 2 to 3 mm thick.

Indistinct shapes shift and patches of rich glowing colour burst forth from a smoky umber and sap green dusk. I am fascinated by certain qualities of ancient gardens and parklands, their secret lives. Here, a feeling of quiet magical events about to take place at nightfall. This painting is influenced by the earlier work of Leonora Carrington, an artist who holds great importance for me. The title is taken from a poem by Edith Sitwell's poem, forming part of her and William Walton's collaborative work 'Facade'.

Materials used:

oil paints

Something Lies Beyond the Scene (2009)

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This artwork is sold by Amanda Collis from United Kingdom

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