About this work of Art
Maggie LaPorte Banks . Paynes grey after William Scott, is an origional abstract painting. Acrylic and collage, sand , carborundum on canvas. Framed in a white tray frame . W. 80 cm .x H. 80 cm .x D. 10 cm.
This work was inspired by spending time painting in St. Ives , studying Ben Nicholson and William Scott and painting my own interpretation of still life and practising the art of keeping it simple.Maggie LaPorte Banks artist comments: “My Art is routed in landscape, influenced by childhood memories of Donegal, by Lough Swilly, surrounded by dark mountains. I spent ten years living near to the Brecons Beacons and painting using a tent as a studio in all seasons. For over thirteen years I was an artist in residence in a cottage on the end of Cape Cornwall overlooking the Brisons at different times of the year. Therefore, I have a vast amount of passion for the skies, sea and mountains which I love to involve within my paintings. My recent works have been developed from these roots and are becoming much more abstract, focusing on ‘the essence of place’ through the colours I use and emotions I have created. I work mainly in oils, acrylic and mixed media, sometimes adding unique materials such as sand, carborundum, iron fillings and many other products I feel the work dictates.
- Size : H 80 cm x W 80 cm