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Dylan Lloyd, Island Path Diptych, Bright Contemporary Art

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Dylan Lloyd
Island Path Diptych
Original Oil Paintings on Canvas
Oil Paint on Canvas Board
Framed in a White Box Frames
Image size: H 30cm x W 20cm x D 0.5cm
Framed Size: H 42cm x W 32 x D 4cm
Minimum Hanging Space Needed: H 42cm x W 96cm x D 4cm

Island Garden Border Diptych is a group of original oil paintings by Dylan Lloyd. The contrasting focus levels and grey/green tones make this a grouping that demands attention. The pieces individual titles are: Island Path III and Island Path IV.

Dylan Lloyd was born in Gravesend, Kent in 1972 and studied Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art. His studio and garden are located on the Isle of Portland in Dorset. Garden’s have been the major focus for his work for 15 years. His paintings are a documentation of growth, change and development of the direct world around him. Their connection with photography is important; the exaggerated depth of field and pixilated elements of the work are reminiscent of photography and carry associations with the recording of time and history. The seemingly exaggerated photographic surface is balanced with a painterly response that suggest a lasting memory of a place rather than merely direct representation. Dylan’s interest in gardens and plants extend to design, film and photography and he has produced work in response to his own garden as well as other contemporary and traditional gardens across the south of England and northern France.

Dylan Lloyd has original paintings for sale online with Wychwood Art and in their Deddington Art Gallery. Dylan Lloyd was born in Gravesend, Kent in 1972 and studied Fine Art at Falmouth School of Art. His studio and garden are located on the Isle of Portland in Dorset. Garden’s have been the major focus for his work for 15 years. His paintings are a documentation of growth, change and development of the direct world around him. Their connection with photography is important; the exaggerated depth of field and pixilated elements of the work are reminiscent of photography and carry associations with the recording of time and history. The seemingly exaggerated photographic surface is balanced with a painterly response that suggest a lasting memory of a place rather than merely direct representation. Dylan’s interest in gardens and plants extend to design, film and photography and he has produced work in response to his own garden as well as other contemporary and traditional gardens across the south of England and northern France. To discuss any of Dylan Lloyds paintings, please contact Deborah@wychwoodart.com or call 07799 535765 / 01869 338155.

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