Moroccan Garden by Charmaine Chaudry 
Oil on canvas
Image size: H:50 cm x W:40 cm
Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:50 cm x W:40 cm x D:1.8cm
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This painting depicts a garden in Morocco. Overgrown trees and planted flowers reflect the glare of the sun, creating beautiful shadows on the ground. An orange under colour gives the painting a warmth and a glow, wonderfully contrasted with teals and violets in the shadows. The orange hue gives reference to Morocco's orange trees, sandy paths, and the buildings of the medina...The corner of a Moroccan garden, a spot to sit at and contemplate life.
Charmaine Chaudry artist with Wychwood Art. Charmaine’s artwork largely stems from fascination with identity and “the exotic”. Charmaine’s mixed-race English and Pakistani identity is inherent to her work as she feels a pull towards both classically English nostalgic scenes, as well as towards her paternal home of Pakistan, a place that is contrastingly warm and romantic but distant to her daily life.
Charmaine plays with these themes of nostalgia, the exotic, and with her own relationship to idealised landscapes to create idealised dream-like scenes, evidenced by her vibrant colour palettes and impressionist bold brushstrokes.
Her work fundamentally portrays the joy she finds in the outdoors. She depicts both nostalgic memories of spending endless days exploring her childhood garden, as well as a pull towards warm “exotic” places of her ancestors and her travels. Charmaine wants her audience to find a relatability and comfort in her artwork, whether that is rose-tinted memories, or idealised dreams.
To discuss any of Charmaine's work please call 07799 535 765 or email email@example.com .