Artwork description:

‘STRAWBERRY MOON’ is an acrylic painting inspired by the landscape of the Sefton coastline, where I live, and listening to the music of Brian Eno, in particular his 1983 work “Apollo”. A ‘Strawberry Moon’ occurred in June, where the moon appeared in full for three days. The full moon in June or the last full moon of Spring is known as the Strawberry Moon and the name comes from the relatively short season for harvesting strawberries in north eastern North America. “Strawberry Moon” as a painting is about looking at the moon at twilight time in June. It isn’t a literal painting. It exists as a painting in its own right. The painting doesn’t explain itself. It’s about the enjoyment of watching what happens above us and around us all. I am always inspired by the work of the Fauvists and the Expressionists together with modernists Gillian Ayres, Howard Hodgkin and John Hoyland alongside contemporary colourists such as Barbara Rae.
“Strawberry Moon” is an acrylic painting on 300gms canvas paper. It is 40cms wide and 30cms in height. It is presented/shipped in an ivory card window mount (see pictures) 50x40cms at a cost 0f £250, not including postage. The mounted painting is shipped in a reinforced card folder.
The painting can also be purchased in a white glazed frame 53x43cms (see pictures) at a cost of £275 + postage. Postage for the framed / glazed picture in the U.K. is £20, to Europe £45 to U.S.A. £85.

Materials used:

Acrylic on 300gms canvas paper


##coastalart  ##abstractpainting  ##landscapes sea & sky  ##expressionism 



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