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- Artist Bio
Original Abstract Landscape Painting
Acrylic on Canvas
Canvas Size: H 90 cm x 120 W cm x 2 D cm
Sold framed in Oak tray frame
Please note that in situ images are purely an indication of how a piece may look.
Albury Fields, is a painting inspired whilst walking my dogs during the early months of lock down, on hot hazy days. I would stroll through the fields of Albury, paying particular attention to the patchwork fields and all their smells. This piece is layered and textured in parts, using acrylic paints directly onto canvas.
I’M PAULA CHERRY
I hope to evoke happiness and joy through my artwork! My paintings are based on landscapes, both real and emotional. I love being outdoors, walking my dogs and immersing myself in nature!
Each painting is a process of discovery. I build on layer upon layer, adding texture and creating glimpses of hidden colour and pockets of curiosity.
I often use my iPhone to photograph landscapes and observe the environment and nature around me, paying particular interest to the changing colours through the seasons and the morning and evening light.
As an abstract artist, I enjoy experimenting with materials and techniques. I have developed a personal style, creating distinctive forms of composition, harmony and mood with an interest in the balance of colour, shape and their special relationship.
I hope to express a rawness of emotion and bold application in each painting. Many of my paintings are created by a process of building up and scraping back layers of paint. I often pour liquid glazes onto the canvas which forces me to work quickly and spontaneously, with bold bright colours that infuse joy.
Born in Hertfordshire and a former fellow of Digswell Arts Trust, I have always painted. I studied art, photography, fashion and textiles, and worked in advertising for several years before refocusing my career on creating art.
Former fellow of Digswell Arts Trust
Size: H:90 cm x W:120 cm