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Jemma Powell, Roses in a Glass Bottle II, Original Still Life Painting

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Jemma Powell
Roses in a Glass Bottle II
Original Framed Oil Painting
Oil Paint on Board
Image size: H 26cm x W 19cm
Framed Size: H 38.5cm x W 32cm x D 5cm
Framed in an Off-White Frame
Please note that in situ images are purely an indication of how a piece may look.

Roses in a Glass Bottle II is an original still life painting by Jemma Powell. The delicate pink tones and subtle use of line makes this piece a delight to look at.

Jemma Powell says: “I like the mistakes, they are the most exciting part, things start to appear and the painting takes on a life of its own.” Jemma Powell draws her inspiration from nature and the places she travels to, working plein air in watercolour, charcoal, pencil and oil pastel, bringing it home to develop later in oil on board. She likes to also work with her memory and the sensations of being in that particular place, working intuitively through the process of applying the paint, wiping it off, reapplying with brush or palette knife, scrubbing it and using her fingers to make expressive marks, stopping when she is happy with the texture and the image. Her love of painting flowers are not botanical paintings, they are merely a way of expressing colour, shape and form. They also reflect her passion of the outdoors and the countryside that surrounds her home. Jemma Powell grew up in a house of artists, mother Lucy Powell is a painter and father Dick Powell a product designer. Both were very influential in her love of the arts. Whilst painting has been an ongoing passion for Jemma, it was not until she was married with children that she decided to focus more seriously on art. Jemma studied drama at Bristol University where she explored significant historical movements, contemporary practices and the theoretical concepts that underpin, inform and shape creative work, She then went on to train as an actress at The Oxford School of Drama. She has worked as an actress for 15 years, working with directors such as Tim Burton, Francois Ozon, and and Marc Munden. She recently exhibited her first solo show at Anthropologie, King rd, London, whilst simultaneously filming a new adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden. Jemma Powell lives in Oxfordshire with her husband singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti, their 2 children Connie and Winter, and their 3 dogs. She continues to work as both a painter and actress believing that both enrich the other.

Jemma Powell has original paintings for sale with Wychwood Art in their art gallery and online. Jemma Powell says: “I like the mistakes, they are the most exciting part, things start to appear and the painting takes on a life of its own.” Jemma Powell draws her inspiration from nature and the places she travels to, working plein air in watercolour, charcoal, pencil and oil pastel, bringing it home to develop later in oil on board. She likes to also work with her memory and the sensations of being in that particular place, working intuitively through the process of applying the paint, wiping it off, reapplying with brush or palette knife, scrubbing it and using her fingers to make expressive marks, stopping when she is happy with the texture and the image. Her love of painting flowers are not botanical paintings, they are merely a way of expressing colour, shape and form. They also reflect her passion of the outdoors and the countryside that surrounds her home. Jemma Powell grew up in a house of artists, mother Lucy Powell is a painter and father Dick Powell a product designer. Both were very influential in her love of the arts. Whilst painting has been an ongoing passion for Jemma, it was not until she was married with children that she decided to focus more seriously on art. Jemma studied drama at Bristol University where she explored significant historical movements, contemporary practices and the theoretical concepts that underpin, inform and shape creative work, She then went on to train as an actress at The Oxford School of Drama. She has worked as an actress for 15 years, working with directors such as Tim Burton, Francois Ozon, and and Marc Munden. She recently exhibited her first solo show at Anthropologie, King rd, London, whilst simultaneously filming a new adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden. Jemma Powell lives in Oxfordshire with her husband singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti, their 2 children Connie and Winter, and their 3 dogs. She continues to work as both a painter and actress believing that both enrich the other. To discuss any of Jemma Powell's original artworks, please contact Deborah@wychwoodart.com or call 01869 338155/ 07799 535765.

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